100 + Men Who Care raise $16,500 for the LBA Foundation!
The members of 100 + Men Who Care have officially crossed the $100,000 giving threshold to the community by supporting the LBA Foundation (Leaders, Believers and Achievers)! Alphonse O’Bannon–LBA’s Executive Director–gave an impassioned speech on the impact LBA has on youth in Linn County.
The mission of the LBA (Leaders, Believers and Achievers) Foundation is to inspire HOPE in tomorrow’s Leaders, Believers, and Achievers.
The LBA Foundation is embodied in the concept of sportsmanship and the 6 pillars L.E.G.A.C.Y. Leaders, Education, Goals, Achievements, Character and Youth. These Pillars serve as underpinnings of our academic, extracurricular, and service missions. All Legacy students are expected to demonstrate the highest level of conduct, sportsmanship, and behavior whenever they represent the LBA and their community. All members of the LBA Foundation must consider their actions carefully and be responsible for them. Students at all times are expected to do their best to uphold the Pillars of L.E.G.A.C.Y.
Members of 100 + Men Who Care can donate on the LBA Foundation’s website: http://www.lbajourney.org/index.php