Positive TracksGrassroot Soccer is happy to announce a new partnership with Positive Tracks, an organization that helps youth use the power of athletics to raise money for charities.

Positive Tracks has granted Grassroot Soccer a $10,000 matching challenge grant to double the dollars youth participants raise for Grassroot Soccer through five 3v3 fundraising and awareness soccer tournaments in the U.S. Through this partnership, young people in the U.S. learn about HIV prevention and AIDS and also experience the power of hands-on philanthropy, and the rewards of connecting to a cause on their own terms and turf.

If you are a funder who’s interested in joining this effort, you can raise Positive Track’s challenge to Grassroot Soccer even higher. Contact us to hear more about this option, which lends added visibility and leverage to your partnership with Grassroot Soccer.

For more information on Positive Tracks and what they do, please visit: www.positivetracks.org.

Thank you, Positive Tracks!



Positive Tracks is a youth-centric non-profit that empowers young people to fundraise for charities using the power of athletics. Positive Tracks partners with charitable organizations to fulfill its three-fold mission: to encourage youth fitness and wellness; to teach creative, hands-on philanthropy; and to extend Positive Tracks youth challenge grants to charity partners.

Positive Tracks operates out of Hanover, NH, and serves multiple regions of the country. Positive Tracks charity partners include: Grassroot Soccer, Lacrosse The Nations, Ride2Recovery, Turtle Ridge Foundation, The Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing, Forget Me Not Farm, Velo Street Cycling Initiatives, The Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, and Travis Roy Foundation.

Key spokespersons include: Patrick Dempsey, Bode Miller, Levi Leipheimer, Jodi Picoult and Travis Roy. For more information, please visit www.positivetracks.org, or contact Founder, Nini Meyer: nmeyer@positivetracks.org.