Friendship Circle to Host Hoops4Friendship Charity Tournament

Hoops4FriendshipOn Sunday, March 4th, Friendship Circle will host Hoops for Friendship, a 3-on-3 charity basketball tournament.

Craig Bauer, a founding supporter of Friendship Circle, along with Dave Kam, Norm Markowitz and Brian Homeszyn are organizing the tournament in an effort to bring the community together for a fun game of basketball while giving back to children with special needs.

Craig Bauer commented on the event saying, “What a thrill it is to put together this tournament for the kids.  I hope that everyone will see what an amazing place the Friendship Circle is, while enjoying some competitive basketball and giving  back a little bit to our community.”

Each player will receive a complimentary breakfast, a “Hoops for Friendship” game shirt and refreshments throughout the event. The tournament will take place in the Elkus Gym inside of Friendship Circle’s Ferber Kaufman LifeTown facility on the Meer Family Friendship Center.

Tournament Details:

Participants: Ages 18 years and older.

Registration fee: $100 per player

Time: 7:30 am- 12:30 pm

  • To keep the games as competitive as possible individuals will be divided into teams based on skill level.
  • 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Friendship Circle.
  • Registration is open to the public.
  • Registrations fees and additional donations are tax deductible.
Questions? Email [email protected]

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