Netball America Hosts Free Be an Inspiration Netball Program for Girls in Dekalb County
03/11/2022

Netball America offers a FREE program to kids all over the USA. Netball America Strives to impact Girls in a mighty way. Netball offers FREE events year-round.

Online PR News – 11-March-2022 – Atlanta Georgia – Netball America is offering a FREE year-round program for Atlanta youth in DeKalb County. The program starts immediately. In addition, the community and sponsors are invited to join the weekend of April 23 & 24, 2022. It will be a FREE community day, BAI graduation, and Netball games at Redan Recreation Center, Lithonia, 30058. Food, Drinks, and giveaways will be provided. This will be a FREE community day, BAI graduation and Netball games at Redan Recreation Center, Lithonia, 30058. Food, Drinks, and giveaways will be provided.

DeKalb County Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs, East Atlanta Kids Club, and Duluth Adventist Christian School are partnering with Netball America to provide FREE Be An Inspiration (BAI) GoGirlGo! Programs to their community youth aged 8 to 18. This will impact over 1,000 girls! The US and Global Award-Winning Be An Inspiration Program is an initiative of Netball America Inc. that uses sport as a platform to empower youth for peace and strong futures, while increasing participation in sports, reducing childhood obesity, breaking down barriers to reduce discrimination, and increasing social-emotional well-being. The program aligns with the Get Kids Moving! and the Aspen Institute's 8 rights of Children's Bill of Rights in Sports. The curriculum activities were developed in partnership with TrueSport and are powered by the experience and values of USADA (the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency). The program aligns with the UN Sustainable Development Goals which are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure all people enjoy peace and prosperity.

“Netball America has designed a fun education, nutrition and physical fitness program that takes the pressure off girls having to lose weight, be athletes, be rough in sports and instead focuses them on participation in fun-filled activities on topics such as decision making, goal setting, body image, leadership etc, while forming healthy habits and learning the globally popular and inclusive sport of Netball”, says BAI Head Coach Kie McCrae.

Over the past 12 months, this program has helped drive positive social transformation in over 1,000 girls. Program results show that 100% of participants have a safe and inclusive place to come together to develop confidence, social skills, self-management, better nutrition behaviors, all while learning the globally popular sport of netball.

Netball America is a year-round program and youth can register at- http://netballamerica.leagueapps.com/camps/2672916-be-an-inspiration-atlanta-2022-season or call 888-221-3650. Locations available:
1. 6.00 pm-7:30 pm every Tues & Thurs | Redan Recreation Center,1839 Phillips Road, Lithonia
2. 5.00 pm-6.30 pm every Mon & Wed | Midway Recreation Center, 3181 Midway Road, Decatur
3. 3.00 pm-5 pm every Wednesday | For students at Duluth Adventist Christian School, Duluth

Netball America is inviting the community and sponsors to join us on the weekend of April 23 & 24, 2022. It will be a FREE community day, BAI graduation and Netball games at Redan Recreation Center. Food, Drinks, and giveaways will be provided.

Take a look at last season - this is a program for the whole family! Netball is for mums, dads, and grandparents too! - YouTube

Netball is an Olympic recognized sport played by 20 million people in over 70 countries.
Netball is a great feeder sport for basketball however Netball has the following advantages: true team sport (no ball hogs allowed), doesn’t matter size/ability level a position on court for everyone, great hand/eye coordination and teaches special awareness.

About Netball America
Netball America is committed to strengthening and growing positive women role models in the USA. We also want to transform the lives of young and underprivileged girls in the USA.