The Katrina McClain Foundation was created in response to the rising number of “youth at risk” due to illiteracy, teen pregnancy, drug and alcohol abuse, lack of fitness, and overall unhealthy lifestyles. By developing enrichment programs designed to build self-esteem, promote education, and increase fitness and health awareness, we will ultimately help foster young leaders who will be more productive in the community.
To this end, the Katrina McClain Foundation has been active in sponsoring and hosting boys and girls basketball camps, as well as providing inspiration and guidance through motivational speaking engagements.
Champions In Training Childhood Obesity Program
Childhood obesity is a growing epidemic. Poor diets and lack of exercise have
claimed over 300,000 deaths per year. It is imperative that we collaborate with
schools and communities to educate, motivate, and empower our families on the
importance of eating healthy and daily exercise.
Champions In Training is a health education program designed to build character
and self-esteem by encouraging kids to adopt and maintain healthier eating
choices and daily exercising.
Decrease childhood obesity
Collaborate and forge partners with schools, communities and families to help bridge the obesity gap.
Build character, self-esteem and self-worth.
Foster growth of health & fitness through sports and nutritional education.
Enhance writing skills.
Increase ability to set goals and future dreams.
If you would like to make a monetary contribution to the Foundation, you may do so online by using the donation button below, or you may also mail your contribution to the address listed on the contact page.