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Grants help kids cross the Finish Line


Athletic wear retailer the Finish Line is investing in the health, well-being and special needs of children with thousands of dollars in grants.

The Finish Line Youth Foundation is awarding $77,258 in grants to help organizations that focus on healthy lifestyles, youth development and special needs.

“Our aim with this funding is to inspire youth to be healthy and active,” said Marty Posch, President of the Finish Line Youth Foundation. “Whether it’s the various camps we’re supporting or healthy lifestyle activities, we know these grants will positively impact youth nationwide.”

In addition to the donations, Finish Line stores nationwide will host a fall drive dedicated to raising awareness and funds to tip the scales on childhood obesity throughout the month of August.

The Finish Line Youth Foundation supports qualified nonprofit organizations that provide community-based access to athletics for children and camps that provide services to those who are disadvantaged or disabled.

The Finish Line operates more than 660 stores nationwide.

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