The Christmas Classic Tournament is excited to announce an annual partnership with Minding Your Mind. We are looking forward to a great day of paddle while raising money for an important cause. Minding Your Mind is a non-profit organization whose aim is to remove the stigma around mental health by providing free education to students around the country.
We are all very lucky to live in this tight-knit community. Our beaches, families, and friends make the Jersey Shore an amazing place to grow up and raise a family. With that said, many of us have been affected by mental illness in one-way or another. Even if paddle isn’t your thing, we encourage everyone to come together and show their support. Let’s use this tournament to raise money, make friends, and remember our loved ones, because we can all make a difference in each other’s lives.
All details for The 2020 Christmas Classic are as follows:
- Tournament will be held on Saturday, December 26th
- Games will be held from 8am-5pm at Spring Lake, Sea Girt, Deal
- Catered Lunch at Deal from 1:00-2:00pm
- Cash Bar at Deal from 1:00-5:30pm
- Trophy Ceremony from 5:30-6pm
- Cost per team: $160
A guarantee of 2 games, a tournament gift, lunch and a pass for one drink.
We are looking to fill a 32 Team Draw this year so please send this to anyone you might think is interested.
Contact Adrianna Mieras to learn more and become a sponsor.
Will fund 10 Minding Your Mind presentations reaching up to 10,000 students
Will fund 4 Minding Your Mind presentations reaching up to 4,000 students
Will sponsor the lunch for the tournament at Deal
Will fund one Minding Your Mind presentations reaching up to 1,000 students
Minding Your Mind’s (MYM) primary objective is to provide mental health education to adolescents, teens and young adults, their parents, teachers and school administrators. Our goal is to reduce the stigma and destructive behaviors often associated with mental health issues. Treatment is available, yet only 3 out of 10 individuals needing help actually seek help. Minding Your Mind Programs move away from crisis based response to prevention through education.