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Every summer for the past 8 years, the Atlanta Entertainment Basketball League hosts its Annual Back to School Bash to give kids in the community a fun filled day before heading back to school that includes, bounce houses, face painting, haircuts, interactive games, free food and haircuts.

With all the things going on in the world. It was very important to make sure this year was even bigger than years past so we decided to pitch in and help! This year I Hoop Too Foundation partnered with AEBL and several other Community Partners to supply over 500+ kids with book bags courtesy of Title Sponsor Foot Locker Atlanta plus basketballs and sneakers from Puma Basketball!

Thank you to all the other Community Partners for making this a great event for the Atlanta Community: SportOps Event Management, Georgia Power, The Brogdon Firm, Brothers Restoring Urban Hope, Camps Giving Foundation, Positive Growth, The Moorman Firm, Think Amazing Marketing, TGage & Co Lifestyle Management

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V103 ATLANTA Radio Personality and Founder of I Hoop Too Foundation hosted her 2nd Annual Basketball Camp on July 17, 2021. The camp featured WNBA Alum Ty Young and Chantel "Auntie" Tremitiere as guest speakers and focused on the importance of personal development using basketball as a vehicle.


Special Thank You to our Community Partners, V103 Atlanta, Footlocker Atlanta, and CORE 4 Atlanta!

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Ms. Basketball and I Hoop Too Foundation hosted its first Annual Breast Cancer Walk/Fun on Saturday, October 10, 2020 at the Riverside EpiCenter in Austell, GA. Over 250 participants registered for both the live and virtual event from 24 different states. The I Hoop Too Foundation also honored and celebrated three women for their achievements and contributions to the Breast Cancer Community.

2020 Honorees

The Granville Innovation Award: Dr. Hadiyah-Nicole Green of Ora Lee Smith Cancer Research Foundation

The Pink Ribbon Community Service Award- Mrs. Anisa Warren of I Will Survive, Inc.

The Peacock Award for Perseverance: Mrs. Catherine Granville, Mother of Christina Granville


The I Hoop Too Foundation also raised money to donate to two local breast-cancer related non-profit organizations, I Will Survive Inc, and the Ora Lee Smith Cancer Research Foundation

This event is set to be hosted each year on the second Saturday of October. The event was powered by SportOps Event Management and I Hoop Too Foundation. 


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Radio Personality and Social Media Influencer, Christina Granville aka “Ms. Basketball” and the I Hoop Too Foundation teamed up with Atlanta Dream Co-Owner and WNBA Champion, Renee Montgomery and the Renee Montgomery Foundation to host the Unity in the Community Back to School Drive-Thru Giveaway on Saturday, August 1st 2020 from 10:00a-1:00p at the @Riverside EpiCenter in Austell, GA.

As families drove through the donation location and remained in their cars, they gave away over 215 backpacks filled with school supplies for children in grades K-12. This event was powered by SportOps Event Management. 


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