The Side-Out Foundation is a non-profit organization raising money and awareness for stage 4 metastatic breast cancer research, while teaming up with the volleyball world to do it. Established in 2004, The Side-Out Foundation has made positive differences in the lives of those with breast cancer, helping them take control of their lives – just like a team would gain control of the serve during a sideout rally!
DIG PINK CHALLENGE POWERED BY ALL VOLLEYBALL Each year we've committed to organizing, hosting and running a Dig Pink® match here in St. Louis between two girls' high school teams. In 2018, we launched the All Volleyball Ally program, helping a select number of schools across the nation start their own Dig Pink® tradition. All proceeds go directly to The Side-Out Foundation.
DIG IT! The goal of DIG it! is to inspire young urban girls to lead healthy, confident lives through an after-school program that combines an activity-centered curriculum with volleyball instruction. Many urban schools lack quality after-school programming for young, growing girls due to many obstacles that are out of their control. These girls (like many growing up!) need a place to foster learning experiences to create happy, healthy habits. Read more about our involvement in a recent blog post
TOGETHER WE CAN Hunger is a much bigger problem than people realize. Wanting to help, All Volleyball teamed up with the St. Louis Area Foodbank by making our store a canned goods drop-off location in November 2014. All month long, we encouraged our staff and customers to donate canned goods to help fight hunger. At the end of the campaign, we collected enough food to provide 193 meals to the local needy! TOGETHER WE CAN help fight hunger!
CAPS OF LOVE A non-profit organization that recycles 3 different grades of plastic caps and lids of all sizes, shapes, and colors (polypropylene #5 and polyethylene #2 and #4). The plastic is sold to a recycling company in the USA. We are dedicated to public education on the correct recycling process. All the proceeds from the recycling go to provide wheelchairs for needy handicapped children in the USA up to the age of 21. www.CapsOfLove.com