October is recognized as Breast cancer awareness month and CISC will be showing their support with two fundraisers. For the month of October, all players will be able to wear a pink version of our training top. These will be ordered on Shopify from September 15th costing $15 each and with proceeds going to Shirley Angels foundation. We will also be holding a 3v3 tournament event the week of October 26th. With the support of each program and its families, we will collect a donation from each player to participate. The proceeds will go to Susan G Komen for the Cure Foundation. Information coming soon from CISC and your program directors.
CISC's Thanksgiving 5v5 Food and Toiletries Drive is a great chance for our soccer community to help out the less fortunate this holiday season. Players will register online for free to play in this 5v5 event and bring their donations to the field the night of the event to participate. CISC has teamed up with the Kindness Closet of Mooresville and the Pilgrims Inn of Rock Hill to reach families in our community.
|CISC is always excited to get out into the communities, give back, and provide a memorable experience for the families. One way we do this is by building relationships and partnerships where can use soccer as a tool for all of us to come together as ONE. Our clinics are coaches by CISC professional Coaches, that are created to help provide a love for soccer and our communities, and give everyone a chance to smile. If you would like CISC to come out to your community please contact email@example.com|
|#Keepcharlotewarm Coat Drive is every November – December. Paul Horner, CMPD, Small Cakes and CISC have all partnered together to provide a coat’s, hats, gloves, scarves to CIS (Communities in schools). CISC, will have donation bins around our parks, where families can drop off their donations. Once the drive is complete, we will then drop off at CIS for them to provide to their schools and communities. #keepcharlottewarm|
|The Thanksgiving Food Drive this year will be a 3v3 tournament for anyone within our programs, to come out, have fun while providing our local soup kitchens, in LKN, Mecklenburg, Fort Mill, Gastonia, and Matthews with our donations. This is a great way to show thanks to the great work our soup kitchens do all year round and provide them with enough stock for their patrons.|
|CISC is proud of all our community engagement programs and PowerChair Soccer is just one of many opportunities we are fortunate to provide. This is a fast paced and exciting game of soccer. We have a team and always looking to add and create more. If you are interested in participating in our PowerChair Clinics please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com|
|CISC TOPSoccer is not only an opportunity for children and young adults with disabilities to participate in the beautiful game. It also provides important lessons, builds confidence, and a chance to be a part of a team. CISC TOPSoccer also gives a chance for young adults, to give back, with their knowledge, support, and help build lifelong relationships with the players and families of the community.|
|Each year CISC GK Director Jason Strange leads the goalkeepers in GK War competition. This one evening event takes place at numerous locations within the clubs on Thursday, December 17th. Each participant will donate a new toy, that will be distributed to the Christian Mission. Any player can participate in the competition with lots of outfield players taking part each year. More information will be coming closer to the time for your coach and program directors.|