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Win a Week of No. 1 Soccer Camps

Win a Week at No. 1 Soccer Camps

On Tuesday April 4, No. 1 Soccer Camps Regional Director John Adams is shaving his head in support of the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.  All proceeds are to benefit research for Children with Cancer.

No. 1 Soccer Camps is partnering with St. Baldrick’s to help with the cause.  We will be holding an online auction where the winner will get a FREE WEEK OF CAMP

 CLICK HERE to enter a bid

 Some simple rules for our auction:

 1) You must be 18 to bid.

2) DO NOT BID unless you are prepared to win.

3) Auction ends at 11:59p on Tuesday April 4.

4) Winning bidder will be contacted by No.1 Soccer Camps via E-Mail on April 5.  We will provide you with instructions on how to make your donation and how to register for your camp. 

5) No. 1 Soccer Camps will make a donation in the amount of the highest bid to St. Baldrick’s. The winner will be awarded with a week of camp at a location that fits you best.  College Showcase ID Camps are not eligible.

 From Coach John Adams: 

 It’s How I Help

Although I don’t have any personal dealing with childhood cancer, my father battled cancer for 9 years. When I first joined Jon Cohn’s Coaches United Against Cancer Team  I didn’t know what to expect.  When I walked into the event, it was packed.  The energy in the room was nothing like I had felt before.  As I worked my way up to the shavees, I saw her.  She was a middle school girl, with long dark hair  She was shaving her head. I was in awe.  It wasn’t until that moment that I realized what I was a part of.  The courage of this middle school girl was amazing, something I would never forget.

I still “Brave the Shave.”  It’s how I can help.  The goal of the Coaches United Against Cancer Team to raise funds.  We have expanded to Arizona and are now recognized as a National Campaign.  During our 8 years, we have raised over $200,000.  For me to shave my head, it takes nothing.  There is no courage on my part.  The courage lies with my father who battled for almost 10 years before passing in September 2013. The courage is with the middle school girl who is shaving her head to help support children she doesn’t know, who are battling cancer.  The courage is with all these children, battling cancer, who keep smiling and showing us that we should be enjoying life. Please consider making a donation HERE

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