Samarc Dream and Achieve Foundation Launches Comprehensive New Website and Social Media Platforms
02/16/2021

The SaMarc Foundation, a non-profit re-brands, and optimizes new web presence.

Online PR News – 16-February-2021 – Conyers, Georgia – The SaMarc Dream and Achieve Foundation, a non-profit founded by retired NBA player Sam Mitchell and Marc Upshaw, is pleased to announce the launch of its new website, https://http://www.samarcfoundation.org/.

The SaMarc Foundation’s newly redesigned and expanded web presence coincided with the company’s rebranding efforts and will serve to enhance its online presence, making it easier for donors and campers to learn more about the foundation, make donations, or register for the non-profit summer camp.

Founded in 2006 by retired NBA player Sam Mitchell and childhood friend Marc Upshaw, The SaMarc Dream and Achieve Foundation's mission is to raise the economic, educational, and social levels of the kid of Georgia, including members of the minority community, who are substantially unemployed, undereducated, or whose income is below federal poverty guidelines. Aiding in fostering and promoting community-wide interest and concern for the problems of said kids to that end that (a) educational and economic opportunities may be expanded, (b) sickness, poverty, crime, and environmental degradation may be leased, and (c) racial tension, prejudice, and discrimination, economic and otherwise, may be eliminated.

The basketball camp hosts 100-250 campers who are able to attend for free through the generous giving from sponsors and donors. While learning from top-notch coaches, the campers are also heard from motivational speakers on the importance of education. The SaMarc Foundation also offers tours for 25-30 campers that have included locations such as Washington D.C., the NASA Space Center, and the Georgia Aquarium, CNN Center, and MLK Jr. Center.

With core leaders, coaches, speakers, and chaperons, the SaMarc Foundation has been able to inspire campers that dreams can be achieved through honesty, integrity, education, and hard work. Ultimately, the foundation aims to inspire minority kids and teens in Georgia through a free summer camp, educational tours, a learning center (currently closed due to Covid-19), and scholarships. By building relationships within the local community, The SaMarc Foundation's goal is to be able to broaden their reach to allow more campers to attend their camp, introduce more camp opportunities, and engage more campers in educational tours through donations.

For more information about The SaMarc Dream and Achieve Foundation, please visit the foundation’s new website at http://www.samarcfoundation.org/. You can also visit the foundation’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Samarc-Foundation-104992654880508, Instagram page at https://www.instagram.com/samarcfoundation/, and Twitter page at https://twitter.com/samarcfdn.