The Core Values of Lacrosse the Nations

 

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Lacrosse the Nations
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A former US Lacrosse All American and an alumnus of Olentangy High School, Cliff Kigar has received the President’s Award for Educational Excellence. At present, Clifford Kigar is enrolled in a mechanical engineering program at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Moreover, Cliff Kigar supports Lacrosse the Nations.

Lacrosse the Nations (LtN) seeks to unify the lacrosse community with the goal of enhancing the health and education of children in need while offering them opportunities and hope. The nonprofit organization subscribes to the four core values outlined below.

Unity is the first core value. The organization connects the lacrosse community of the United States to communities in need within the country and internationally. Moreover, it relies on lacrosse community members to serve as “ambassadors of hope” to people in need.

Education and health constitute the second core value. The organization has adopted a focus on health and education, which are interconnected. It works with schools to educate students on the value of education, self-esteem, and health and the basics of nutrition. Its goals include boosting enrollment, improving attendance, and enhancing the rate of graduation.

Sustainability, the third core value, refers to LtN’s investment in the empowerment of local communities and establishment and monitoring of sustainable programs. Community leaders undergo training to help them manage the programs.

Hope and opportunity constitute the fourth core value. The organization mentors children, offering them lessons in life skills and character on the field as well as off the field.

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