More than 600 Boston area business leaders laced up their cleats to score one for charity at the 13th Annual SCORES CUP, corporate charity soccer tournament hosted at Gillette Stadium on July 15th. New England Revolution President Brian Bilello and player Scotty Caldwell also joined in the festivities, which were presided over by SCORES Boston executive director John Maconga.
Hundreds of Boston business leaders kicked it for America SCORES Boston at the 13th Annual Scores Cup corporate charity soccer tournament at Gillette last weekend, including team CLSA, who won the SCORES Cup Premier Division by a score of 2-1.
The CLSA team (pictured here) won the premier division tournament, besting runner-up Starland by a score of 2 to 1 and PwC team won the first division tournament, after a match up with Wellington. In the Wooden Spoon Division, Cowen took home the win.
Together, the participants raised $320,000 to benefit the more than 1,400 under-resourced youth who participate in America SCORES Boston’s innovative programming that blends soccer, academic support and enrichment programs to improve students' health, academic engagement and global citizenship.
In addition to support from featured partner New England Revolution, the SCORES Cup was sponsored by Wellington, State Street, Thomas H. Lee Partners, Advent International, Cowen and Company, PwC, Mintz Levin, Calera Capital, CLSA, Bain Capital, Weil Gotshal & Manges, Ropes & Gray, Boston Consulting Group, Nashoba Masters, CIBC, Kirkland & Ellis LLP, FC Impact, FactSet, Signal Ridge, Deutsche Bank, New England Revolution Charitable Foundation, Bernstein, Wells Fargo, EMD Serono, Deloitte, KPMG, Parthenon, Citi, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Yale Appliance & Lighting, Bank of Montreal, Starland, and Ernst & Young.
About America SCORES
America SCORES Boston empowers under-resourced youth to create positive change in their lives, in their communities and around the world. Our innovative blend of soccer, academic support and enrichment programs improve students' health, academic engagement and global citizenship. SCORES serves more than 1,400 youth each year and is one of the largest and fastest growing school-based after-school programs in Boston. For more information, visit www.americascoresboston.org