Become a Coach

Create change through sports. Coach Across America supports, trains, and places dedicated coaches into communities where they’ll have the most impact on children’s lives. apply now

Become a Member

Join the national movement. Up2Us works with nonprofits, schools, recreational organizations, government agencies, faith-based organizations and other community stakeholders, advancing sports as a tool for addressing the critical issues facing today’s youth. join us

The Center

More than just games. The Center supports Up2Us with scientific research, assessment, and training. learn more

Events

NYC Youth Get Fit With Ambassador Adam Rosante

To celebrate National Nutrition Month, Up2Us Sports hosted Get Fit with Adam Rosante this past Saturday for the youth of Henry Street Settlement, an Up2Us Sports member organization. Celebrity fitness trainer, author ...

Read More

Boston Training: Trauma Sensitive Coaching & Sports-Based Youth Development

Lou Bergholz Edgework Consulting - Edgework has worked on the frontlines of sports-based youth development and trauma-sensitive curriculum and program design for more than 15 years. We specifically engage in projects ...

Read More

2015 Up2Us Gala: Tickets on Sale Now

Join us on Wednesday, June 3rd to celebrate five years of creating change through sports and to honor Little League Star, Mo’ne Davis and her coach Steve Bandura. During this event, we will celebrate the power of you...

Read More

Blog

March, 2

March is National Nutrition Month: 5 Healthy Snacks for Kids on the Go

Adam Rosante Up2Us Ambassador - You’re busy. Your kids are busy. Sure, you can keep breakfast, lunch and dinner pretty well balanced, but what happens when those munchies come calling? The key to keeping your child’s belly filled with great nutrition and not some sugar bomb or processed garbage is to...

Read More

January, 30

What Youth Sports Can Do For the Mentoring Movement

Did you know, sports could triple the number of mentors in this country? That’s because coaches are the largest untapped source of mentoring in the nation. For one reason, many coaches still see themselves as just that, “coaches” and not as “mentors”. They view their primary goal as teaching their players...

Read More
thanks to