Win a Financial Grant To Help Keep You Surfing Or Skateboarding!

Thursday, July 7, 2016

Skaters Sky Brown & Vianez Morales
Surfer Kyra Williams
Skater Poppy Starr Olsen
Surfer Zoe Benedetto

 All photos by Christin Rose for #sheplayswewin

Check this out - yes,  there is now a financial grant for girls like you that are into action sports!

Brought to you by one of our fav photographers Christin Rose and The Movemeant Foundation. You may remember Christin's shots of pro skater Poppy Starr Olsen, AM skaters Sky Brown and Vianez Morales,  surfers Zoe Benedetto, and  Kyra Williams that we have been running. Those photos are amazing and so is this opportunity!

 About The Collaboration:

Who:   LA based photographer, Christin Rose of the #ShePlaysWeWin + The Movemeant Foundation

What:   $20,000 in financial grants will be awarded to up to 20 girls to pursue their sport of choice

Why:    #ShePlaysWeWin and The Movemeant Foundation collectively share the same goal to empower young girls and fuel the positive power of sport.

Where:   Applicants can apply via the Movemeant Foundation website here:


Movemeant Foundation, the national non-profit organization dedicated to teachinggirls self-confidence and body positivity through fitness and movement, announced an exciting
collaboration with influential photographer, Christin Rose. Celebrated for her inspiring portraits of young female athletes via her #ShePlaysWeWin project, Christin’s passion to encourage confidence in girls through sports as they grow up, perfectly pairs with the efforts of the Movemeant Foundation.

To further empower and aid girls facing personal challenges, Movement and Rose are teaming up to award $20,000 in financial grants to up to 20 girls of economically-disadvantaged communities and with high incidences of health-risk behaviors. These grants will fuel the positive power of sport and fitness on a young women’s self-confidence and its lasting effects throughout her life.

Grant recipients of the #ShePlaysWeWin project will each receive $1,000 in financial assistance to pursue sports and fitness, from coaching to equipment to apparel. For some, it may also include an up-close-andpersonal photo shoot by Christin Rose and the opportunity for those photographs to be shared through a multitude of distribution channels with the goal of inspiring other young girls into action.“I am so excited to be a part of this collaboration with the Movemeant Foundation. I’ve been searching for a way to give back and help young girls through my photography,” says Christin Rose, LA based Photographer and creator of the #ShePlaysWeWin project. “Being involved in sports had such an impact on my self-esteem when I was growing up, and I thought if I could show that somehow- if I could capture what it means to be innocent and brave- then I could encourage young women to hold onto that.”

Financial grants from the Movemeant Foundation and the Christin Rose #ShePlaysWeWin project will be awarded to girls nationwide between the ages of  8 - 16, paying particular attention to those in underserved communities who have limited access to health, fitness and sports programming. Each grant is designed to support sports and other physical activity programs that are either new to the recipient or expand on her existing participation in the sport. It may be used for sports instruction, athletic equipment, athletic apparel and coaching/mentorship and it may only be used for girls’ sports/physical activity programs.

About Movemeant Foundation

Movemeant Foundation empowers women to feel confident about their bodies by using fitness and physical movement as a platform for building self–worth and positive body image. As a 501c3 organization, Movemeant Foundation funds life-changing health and fitness programs to transform the lives of young women through the development of physical activity programs in at-risk communities to the facilitation of peer-to-peer body positivity curriculum. Their signature charity fitness festival Dare To Bare has received critical acclaim among the health, fitness and positive body image communities across the country. For more information, visit

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