Steve Nash Foundation
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Steve Nash working with kids at Henry Street Settlement in New York City. Photo: Amanda Westcott | NBAE
From their earliest moments, children are impacted by their environments, and science has never been more able to suggest ways in which those impacts can be positive: developments in neuroscience continue to expand our knowledge of what children need to grow, learn, and thrive.
“When we give kids attention, we give our communities hope.”
President & Founder, The Steve Nash Foundation
Begun by Steve and his family, the Steve Nash Foundation is dedicated to assisting underserved children in their health, personal development, education, and enjoyment of life. The Foundation focuses its resources on underserved populations of children, both at home in British Columbia and the U.S., and abroad. By thoughtfully addressing global and local challenges by innovating in and collaborating on critical areas of inquiry, we work to implement strategies that empower communities, and build kids health.
Steve Nash at ShowdownNY, Sara D. Roosevelt Park in New York City. Photo: First Five Years Fund
Sports can empower change
Charity Shield | NYC & LA
The Charity Shield draws just over 100 players of all backgrounds, ages, and experience to compete in a soccer tournament in each of the two cities. Players get the chance to play on the pitch with Steve, competing and creating memories for a lifetime.
Showdown | NYC
Showdown brings Steve’s passion to play with entertainment that any sports fan will love: bringing NBA stars and soccer pros from around the world together to raise funds for critical needs services for kids. Showdown is the beautiful game at its most creative.
tabl’eau is proud to provide premium filtered still and sparkling water for the Charity Shield and Showdown events. In focusing on the importance of health, performance and wellness that preferred hydration brings for the athletes, we are honoured to be a part of community looking to empower the next generation.
For more information on The Steve Nash Foundation, visit www.stevenash.org