Finding Mentors in our Community

Our programs success starts with our Coaches and Mentors

We are always looking for men and women of outstanding character to mentor our young students. We want to present them with real life examples of what it is to be a Playmaker. This achieves our fundamental goal to inspire more mentors and give-back to community as our Lil’ Pups grow into Adult Playmakers. We want to give these students all the tools they need to find their path in life.

Thank you to our local Rotary ClubsOur sponsorships from local Civic Groups gives us an opportunity to show the kids what paying it forward means, and how proud and accomplished it can make you feel. Thank you local Rotarians and Optimists for your support.

Hear what parents are saying about our program.

If you are curious just how we make our program Fun and Educational, you are invited to come visit and see for yourself. Contact Coach Alec to set up a visit to the location closest to you.

“You are a Playmaker for life, pay-it-forward”  Coach Roz

Our Playmakers have come full circle Pastors, Military Officers and mentors.

Jordan Richards, New England Patriots (former Stanford player)
Harrison Phillips, Stanford Football and poised for the NFL
Andrew Murakami, Pastor, Church of  The Nazarene
Jason Martz, United States Navy  (10+ years)

After-school program Coaches

Young men from the Sacramento State Football Team have been hired to mentor and coach the students in our after-school character and leadership program. Head Coach Jody Sears has been very supportive of his players who are part of our program.

Volunteer Mentors Welcome

Coach Roz speaks about Playmakers and how we can build character, instill leadership qualities and provide more opportunities for at-risk youth. Contact us today if you are interested in mentoring or sponsoring a young Playmaker.