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Whether you sign up for a monthly recurring gift of $5 or $50, or whatever amount suits your budget! No matter how much you donate, you'll know that your donation supports students on their path to graduation by engaging communities to fulfill the needs of school clubs and teams. Thanks to your monthly generosity, you significantly shape tomorrow's minds.


As a recurring donor, you'll receive stories about the impact of your contributions; meet Vinny, Abdul, Ian, and Vivan


Vinny R. Fairfax HS


Abdul N., North HS


Ian K., Estrella HS


Vivian C., North HS

Meet Vinny R. 

Betty Fairfax Boys Basketball prepares its student-athletes for college by instilling high accountability, punctuality, and discipline values. Support My Club has continually supported Stampede athletics by providing the school with over $45,000 in wishlist items and experiences. The Stampede Basketball team recently left on an adventurous trip to New Mexico. The team participated in the three-day “Capital City Basketball Tournament” at Santa Fe High School. Senior Owen Kunes was selected to be on the All-Tournament team. Freshman Vinny Rodriguez scored 23 points in their 55-53 victory versus Espanola Valley High School. Besides the tournament, one of the trip’s highlights was the opportunity to travel to Albuquerque to the University of New Mexico. At UNM, the team met with one of the university’s coaches and was given a private tour of the basketball facilities. During that time, the athletes saw the weight room, film room, practice gym, locker room, and media/interview room and went on the basketball floor in the “Pit.” Fairfax’s Head Basketball Coach, Drake Reed, strongly aligns with Support My Club’s mission: "Extracurriculars help students work well with others and build great networks for future ambitions.”


Meet Abdul N.

The story of Abdul Nur, a North High School student who showed promise as a young runner but could not afford race entry fees, perfectly embodies the importance of this objective. Through Support My Club, Abdul received a registration sponsorship for his first big race and suddenly learned how talented he was on a big stage.


Abdul says, “Before I began running, I didn’t even know if I would go to college.”


In Abdul’s senior year, he won the AIA Division I state cross country title, which opened the doors to joining Northern Arizona University’s national powerhouse distance running squad. Today, Abdul is in his final year at NAU, is sponsored by Nike, and has secured his spot on Team USA for the 2022 World Championships. Thanks to the incredible generosity of our donors, Abdul was allowed to participate, explore, and succeed in the out-of-classroom learning that is so critical to education. 

Meet Ian K. 

Students like Ian Kohli tell us how we have influenced their futures and helped them achieve their dreams: "I became interested in engineering after joining my robotics team in 8th grade. Throughout high school, I joined the club and discovered my true passion for engineering and robotics. Through Support My Club, I had the amazing opportunity to travel to Sydney, Australia, for an international robotics competition, where my team placed 3rd! The experience of traveling to Australia was a once-in-a-lifetime and will always be a cherished memory of mine. Being part of a more global engineering community and meeting other teams worldwide was a great experience. Upon graduating high school in May 2022, I attended the Georgia Institute of Technology to earn a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. The engineering principles I learned from my high school robots are now being applied to actual airplanes at Boeing as a Structural Analysis Engineer. As the name suggests, I am grateful to Support My Club for helping my club go to Australia and develop engineering skills.”


Meet Vivian C. 

Studies show that over 75% of Career Technical Education (CTE) learners enroll in postsecondary education after high school. CTE programs prepare students with technical, academic, and employability skills for success in the workplace and further education. Support My Club is proud to have funded over $97,000 in wishlist items and experiences for these career and technical student organizations (CTSOs) that have helped students like Vivian Clarke experience success after graduation. Vivian Clarke is a junior at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She majors in Business Administration and Public Policy with a minor in American Indian and Indigenous Studies. Last summer, she interned at Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in Washington, D.C., and will return to BCG this upcoming summer. During the 2022-2023 school year, she completes a virtual internship with the U.S. Department of Labor. Future Business Leaders of America provided Vivian with invaluable leadership experiences contributing to her interest in business and consulting. She served as a two-time FBLA Arizona National Officer and the FBLA National Treasurer, which allowed her to develop her critical thinking and leadership skills. She is grateful for the knowledge and memories she gained through FBLA and Career Technical Education (CTE) programs.

Donating monthly to the Honor Roll can make a difference daily for schools and students throughout the valley. You're investing in students' skills and participation in school clubs and teams is a great way to ensure students can participate, explore, and excel. Your effort on equalizing opportunities helps create an effect like Vinny's, Abdul's, Ian'sand Vivian's.


Join us as we continue to uphold our commitment to our community by joining the Honor Roll monthly giving program today. Thank you for being so committed to grassroots and philanthropic projects that benefit communities as part of the Support My Club community. 

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Questions? Please feel free to contact me. As always, thank you for being a part of the Support My Club community.

Pinky Guerrero
Community Philanthropy Manager

Ph: 602-367-3477

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