Non Contact Football Clinics
...Our clinic is a four-hour non-contact clinic using football as a common thread. The clinic gives the children an opportunity to work-out and interact with NFL ball players. It also sets up a relationship of a NFL ball player who is throwing a ball to a child. After two or three tosses, the relationship is not that of an adult to a child, but rather that of teammates. Children are tired of being told what to do by adults, but advice from a teammate is something different.

The four main points that are stressed are:

1. anti-drug
2. anti-violence
3. importance of an education
4. no matter what you decide to do
... in life, “MAKE A DIFFERENCE”

Upon arrival the children are ushered into the bleachers, at which time we have the opening presentation. After the presentation, the children go onto the field and are lined up by size. At this time, we do some simple calisthenics in a “Simon Says” format. After this, the children are divided into groups by football positions. Those that have played football, go to the position that they played before. Those that want to play football, go to the position that they would like to play. The remaining children are put into a group by themselves.
Each group will work with a NFL ball player that has played that position. The topics that are covered during the clinic are:

1. Nutrition: It is better to eat a banana than a fried pie.
2. Working out and exercises: Understanding what you should do in ....relation to your body and your age.
3. Fundamentals to tricks of the trade: This is where the children get to hear ....not only the basics of the game, but the tricks that ball player’s have ....learned through many years of play.
4. Rap session: This is where all the children sit on the grass and talk about ....whatever the children want to talk about. At no time does the ball player ....take a firm position, where that position could come in conflict with ....parents, teachers, etc. The ball players always take the position “if that ....were me, I would think about doing this.” Basically, giving the children an ....alternative.
5. The running of offensive and defensive plays without tackling.
6. Throughout the clinic, the four main topics are always emphasized.

....At the conclusion of the clinic, the children are then asked to go back to the bleachers at which time the ball player’s talk to them before sending them home.

Our clinic informs the children that there are alternatives to what they perceive as their life's reality.


Pro Bowl Week Clinic at Cook Field University of Hawaii with 1,200 kids


Ohau, HI


Clinic Kona High School


Kona, HI

Clinic Cerro Coso Community College

Ridgecrest, CA

Clinic at Francis Wong Stadium

Hilo, HI

Clinic at Mel Olsen Memorial Stadium

Seattle, WA

Clinic at Tualatin Hill Park

Portland, OR

Clinic at Schofield Field

Ridgecrest, CA

Pro Bowl Week Clinic at Kapiolani Park with 1,500 kids
Donation of a Chevy Suburban

Ohau, HI


Clinic at Taft Stadium for the victums that were directly and
indirectly involved with the Oklahoma City bombing per
Attorney Genernal Janet Reno's Request

Oklahoma City, OK



Clinic at Bannerwood field

Seattle, WA

Offical Pro Bowl Superfest Clinic at Kapiolani Park with 1,250 kids

Ohau, HI


Clinic at Kapiolani Park with 2,000 kids during Pro Bowl Week

Ohau, HI

Clinic at War Memorial Stadium with 900 kids

Maui, HI

Clinic at Kapiolani Park with 1,600 kids during Pro Bowl Week

Ohau, HI

Clinic at Kapiolani Park with 1,700 kids during Pro Bowl Week

Ohau, HI

Clinic at Wheeler Army Air Base with 800 kids hosted by
MGEN Donald

Ohau, HI


Clinic at War Memorial Stadium with 750 kids

Maui, HI

Clinic at Kapiolani Park with 1,800 kids during Pro Bowl Wee

Ohau, HI

Clinic at Wheeler Army Air Base with 850 kids hosted by
MGEN Ward

Ohau, HI


Clinic at Wheeler Army Air Base with 900 kids hosted by
BGEN Caldwell

Ohau, HI


Clinic at Wheeler Army Air Base with 450 kids hosted by
MGEN Whelden

Ohau, HI


Clinic at Fort Bragg with 700 kids hosted by
MGEN Caldwell

Fort Bragg, NC


Clinic at Fort Bragg with 750 kids hosted by
BGEN Cerroni

Fort Bragg, NC


Clinic at Fort Richardson with 700 kids hosted by
MGEN Jacoby

Fort Richardson, AK


Reggie Bush 619 Clinic with 1,875 kids and 40 athletes as a
Gift to San Diego from Reggie Bush at Qualcomm Stadium

San Diego, CA


Clinic at Fort Monroe with 800 kids hosted by
LTGEN Metz

Fort Monroe, VA


Clinic at Fort Lewis with 900 kids hosted by
LTGEN Jacoby

Fort Lewis, WA


Clinic at Jacksonville Naval Air Station with 400 kids hosted by CAPT Scorby

Jacksonville, FL
Athletes Helping Kids
9903 Santa Monica Blvd.
Suite #108
Los Angeles, California 90212
Phone: (310) 474-4711