In the Community
D.C. United will continue its holiday giving with a Toy Drive starting this Monday, December 1st. The drive will collect new and unwrapped toys that will benefit youth in need throughout the D.C. area during the holiday season.
The drive is set to run from December 1st through December 23rd. This year, there are four different locations where you can drop off your toys:
DCU to join Bike to the Beach to give back to the communityCranksgiving: Nov. 22
D.C. United will be teaming with Bike to the Beach this year to give back to the community through a 2-wheeled food drive called Cranksgiving. The event, which takes place on Nov. 22 is part bike ride, part food drive, part Autism-awareness campaign and part scavenger hunt. That's an awful lot of awesome!I think that the city, the whole region, and our communities really benefit from thisThe Benefits of USC
At United Soccer Club's 2014 Fall Classic, dcunited.com spoke to Councilmember Charles Allen, D.C. United Defender Sean Franklin, parents of children in the program as well as coaches of United Soccer Club.
D.C. Councilmember Charles AllenIt just shows what D.C. United is, in our city, already...actively engaged with our youth2014 Fall Classic
The D.C. United Foundation hosted the United Soccer Club Fall tournament this past Saturday, Nov. 15 from 11am – 3pm on the RFK auxiliary field. The 2014 Fall Classic, as it was called, brought together youth and their families from across the District for a fun-filled day of soccer.Director of Community Relations, D.C. native shares his testimonyVictor Melara Testimony
Chairman Mendelson, and members of the Council:
My name is Victor Melara. I am D.C. United’s Director of Community Relations and also a resident of the District, and I am testifying today on Bill 20-805 in light of the consultants report.D.C. United's foundation uses soccer to promote personal growth of underserved youth in DMVDCU in the Community
2014 has been a great year for D.C. United on and off the field. As we continue to recap the memorable campaign, let's turn our focus to United's community outreach. D.C. United's foundation uses soccer to promote the personal growth of underserved youth in the D.C. area. It seeks to strengthen our community by mentoring children and instilling the values of self-discipline, healthy living and teamwork.United partnering with Sasha Bruce Youthwork to provide holidays meals for 100 familiesDCU, Shoppers team up to deliver Thanksgiving meals
D.C. United has teamed with local supermarket operator Shoppers Food & Pharmacy, as well as leading youth services provider Sasha Bruce Youthwork to provide 100 families with a complete Thanksgiving food basket this holiday season. On Thursday, Nov. 20, from 4-6 p.m. at Randall Recreation Center in Southwest Washington, the baskets – which are being donated by Shoppers - will be distributed to deserving families in Ward 6 and 7. Each family was selected by Sasha Bruce Youthwork through their community outreach program which helps support low-income families in the area.Bring new toys to Gate A on Nov. 8United Drives: Toys
D.C. United announced today, through United Drives, that the program will collect new toys to benefit various organizations throughout the holiday season, November 8 before United’s playoff match against the New York Red Bulls at 2:30 p.m. (buy tickets here).United Soccer Club showcase includes 30 teams of players ages 6-12DCU to hold Fall Classic Tournament
The D.C. United Foundation will hold its annual Fall Classic youth soccer tournament on Saturday, Nov. 15, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on the RFK Auxiliary Field located at 21st St NE and Oklahoma Ave NE. The tournament will showcase over 30 teams comprised of youth ages 6-12 who are participants in the United Soccer Club 2014 fall program.