Elite 7v7 is proud to announce our biggest sponsor, the WWTD Foundation (What Would Todd Do). The foundation is a non-profit organization that will launch soon in honor of Todd Walker, a former University of New Hampshire football player who was tragically shot and killed, protecting a young woman on spring break in Boulder Colorado in 2011.
At Elite 7v7, we believe in supporting our community and making a positive impact on young athletes’ lives. That’s why we’ve partnered with the WWTD Foundation to give out scholarships during each of our events. We also want to bring together a new kind of Big Brother system, connecting young athletes with mentors who can provide guidance and support.
Founded by Nico Steriti, the WWTD Foundation is dedicated to providing opportunities for student-athletes who may not have the resources to pursue their dreams. By providing scholarships and mentorship, the foundation hopes to create a lasting impact on the lives of young athletes.
At each of our Elite 7v7 events, we’ll be raising money for the WWTD Foundation and providing information on how to get involved with the foundation’s mission. We believe that by working together, we can make a real difference in the lives of student-athletes and their communities.
The loss of Todd Walker was a tragic event, but we hope to honor his memory by giving back to the community and supporting young athletes in their pursuit of their dreams. The WWTD Foundation is an important partner for us at Elite 7v7, and we’re excited to work together to make a positive impact on the world.
We encourage you to learn more about the WWTD Foundation and how you can get involved. Together, we can make a difference and help support the next generation of student-athletes. Stay tuned for updates on our events and how you can help support the WWTD Foundation.