TU41 IN THE NEWS

The Team Up For 1 Foundation (TU41) mission is to enhance the quality of life for children with physical and developmental disabilities, chronic and life threatening illnesses and economic hardship by connecting them with sports teams at every competitive level – collegiate, high school and professional, as well as providing a variety of other programs that promote the values of inclusion, teamwork, education and fun.
MyFace: Savannnah Mazda January 30th, 2017

MyFace: Savannnah Mazda January 30th, 2017

in Aug 29, 2019

NATIONAL MENTORING MONTH: BUILDING CONFIDENCE FOR CRANIOFACIAL PATIENTS Adolescence is a tough path for anyone, but for someone with the added complication of a craniofacial difference, it can be a minefield. Many people find solace in their hobbies, their family, their friends, and if they are lucky, a mentor. The relationship between mentor and mentee[…]

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TOWSON TIGERS

TOWSON TIGERS

in Aug 29, 2019

Gymnastics Hosts George Washington on Sunday for Team Up for 1 Meet- Women’s Gymnastics The Towson University gymnastics team welcomes East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) rival George Washington to SECU Arena on Saturday, Jan. 22. The dual meet is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. and will serve as the Tigers’ Team Up For 1[…]

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CBS 21, Sherry Christian

CBS 21, Sherry Christian

in Aug 29, 2019

A non-profit is Making a Difference and “making dreams work through teamwork” You no doubt have heard the saying “There’s no I in team,” meaning no one person is more important than their teammates. But for young people with special needs, being a part of a team is often nothing more than a dream. However,[…]

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YORK DAILY RECORD- January 18th, 2016 Mark Walters

YORK DAILY RECORD- January 18th, 2016 Mark Walters

in May 03, 2017

York College lacrosse signs 8-year-old Signing a national letter of intent Monday for the York College Spartans men’s lacrosse team did not faze Mitch Pollock. A tour of the college’s state-of-the-art athletic facilities was good, he said, but it wasn’t the highlight of his day. The 8-year-old Hellam Township boy flashed a big smile and held up a whistle[…]

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