To learn more about the impact The Sports Bra Project is having on the international women’s sports community, checkout some of the press coverage we’ve received.


 
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UNIVERSITY OF MARY

"BISMARCK, ND – Looking to make a difference through athletics for girls and women who may have limited opportunities and resources to participate and compete, the women's athletic programs at the University of Mary joined forces to donate to the organization Growing the Game for Girls through the Sports Bra Project."

Read the full article here.


 
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UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA

"Our Philanthropic Partner for 2018 Women Coaches Symposium (WCS) is The Sports Bra Project! Lack of access (whether it be due to logistical, cultural or financial factors) to a sports bra can be a barrier to sport participation for some girls and women."

Read the full article here.

 

 
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DOWNTOWN UNITED SOCCER CLUB

"In the Fall of 2017, Downtown United Soccer Club donated more than a hundred new uniforms from its recreational program to African children in need. The uniforms went to the Ugandan-based organization Growing the Game for Girls (G3) through DUSC's Sarah Dwyer-Shick and The Sports Bra Project."

Read the full article here.

 

 
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CENTENNIAL CONFERENCE

"The Centennial Conference field hockey programs have become involved in an initiative called the Sports Bra Project. The teams are working and organizing sports bra drives with the goal to provide 500 sports bras to girls and women in Uganda."

Read the full article here.

 

 
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NORTHERN STATE UNIVERSITY

"Aberdeen, S.D. – Northern State University swimming has partnered with the Sports Bra Project this fall, and will be collecting new sports bras through the Gypsy Days weekend. The Sports Bra Project increases access to sports for women and girls by removing barriers to participate."

Read the full article here.

 

 
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SOCCERNATION.com

"SoccerNation’s Carrie Taylor caught up with Sarah Dwyer-Shick, founder of the Sports Bra Project to learn more about the origin and merits of the program. Sarah coaches for Eastern FC (NY), is owner of SJI Training and is the Assistant Coach of the Men’s Program at Dutchess Community College."

Read the full article here.

 

 

Soccer Parenting Association

“I am so proud to call Sarah Dwyer-Shick, one of the founders of The Sports Bra Project, a friend. The Sports Bra Project increases access to sports for women & girls by removing barriers to participation. Please consider holding a sports bra collection drive for distribution to women and girls who do not have access to owning one - thereby opening the door a bit further to allow for participation in sport.”

View the video interview here.

 

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WOMEN COACHES SYMPOSIUM 2019

“For the second year our Philanthropic Partner for the Women Coaches Symposium is The Sports Bra Project! … For the 2019 Women Coaches Symposium (WCS), the St. Olaf Volleyball team will be partnering with The Sports Bra Project where they will collect sports bras donated by participants.”

Read the full article here.