We use lacrosse as a platform to support American veterans and foster community engagement.

 

We use lacrosse as a platform to support American veterans

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Playing Lacrosse for a greater cause.

Shootout for Soldiers is a 24 hour lacrosse event benefiting American veterans.
The event is fun. It’s not a tournament or about recruiting.
The event is all about supporting those who serve our country.

Total Raised So Far $2.5M

2017 By The Numbers

75k Attendees

13K Players

800K Raised

Upcoming Events

264 Hours of Lacrosse | 11 Cities

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Atlanta | May 19 – 20

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Raleigh | June 3

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Philadelphia | June 26 – 27

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Baltimore | June 20 – 21

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Washington D.C. | June 23 – 24

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Boston | July 6 – 7

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Long Island | July 12 – 13

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Ohio | July 21 – 22

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Canandaigua | July 21 – 22

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California | August 11 – 12

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Seattle | August 18

How it Works

There are 24, 1-hour games in a row and a running score is kept between the two teams, Stars and Stripes. Participating teams play in one 1-hour slot during the event and the event is open to men’s and women’s teams of all ages.

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Top 5 Moments of SFS Cananaigua

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Hearing a moving opening speech from Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient Gary Beikirich to kick off SFS Canandaigua! The Veterans Game (and these awesome uniforms for the…

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Long Island Raises a Whopping $178,000 for Wounded American Veterans

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The largest Shootout for Soldiers nationwide is naturally in the hotbed of lacrosse, Long Island, NY. Over 2,400 players participated this summer in Massapequa, raising an incredible…

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Shootout for Soldiers Returns to Boston for 4th Consecutive Year

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By: Brent Greenberg After being deployed for a year in Iraq, SFS Boston Chair Col. Michael Sullivan returned to familiar faces at UMass Lowell when he kicked…

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