Ball So Hard Charitable Basketball Tournament

Ball So Hard Charitable Basketball Tournament

From Robert Joseph Kirch

We have partnered with the Indiana Center for Leadership and Development. Their mission is to foster the advancement of minority youth in Central Indiana as future professional, business and community leaders by provi...

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The Ball So Hard Tournament has partnered with the Indiana Center for Leadership & Development (ICLD). 

The ICLD provides opportunities to foster the advancement of minority youth in Central Indiana as future professional, business and community leaders by providing experiences that encourage personal development and educational attainment. By hosting the tournament at Butler University, we are hoping to attract Butler Students, Butler Affiliates, and basketball fanatics from all over Indianapolis. Ball So Hard and ICLD have joined forces in hopes of making a bigger impact on ICLD’s beneficiaries and the greater Indianapolis community. The foundation of ICLD’s vision for developing youth; helping them set high meaningful goals; training them to responsibly handle peer pressure; and motivating them to pursue excellence rests on instilling in these youth, ICLD’s Principles for Success.  These ICLD Principles for Success are five (5) core principles and values, which we believe are fundamental and vital to developing youth and preparing them for the highest levels of personal development, career success and an enriched overall quality of life:-Character Development -Educational Excellence -Leadership Effectiveness -Community Service -Career Achievement ICLD offers fifteen quality developmental programs for middle and high school students and their parents that provide meaningful preparation in the core values of character, education, leadership, service, and career. ICLD is making a real difference in the lives of minority youth.

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