Washington Rush R.E.A.C.H. Program Information
Program contact:
Washington Rush REACH Coordinator
Sarah Armstrong


About the Program
"Going beyond boundaries and exceeding expectations."

Rush Equipment Assisting Children (R.E.A.C.H.) is one of the most special and important programs within Washington Rush. The R.E.A.C.H. program collects used or unwanted soccer equipment from Rush families and other community members to donate to underprivileged children throughout the world. The program reflects our Core Values and represents who we are as a club. We strongly believe in the impact that soccer has in a community and the social component it carries with it. The R.E.A.C.H. Program has benefited thousands of children both domestically and internationally by providing not only soccer equipment, but also hope to the lives we have touched. The simple thing of a soccer ball or soccer shirt can make a world of difference to a child that is going through troubled times. This program also acts as a useful tool for coaches to instill important values to our players. Washington Rush believes that the life lessons taught off the field will be carried by the players for a lifetime. Washington Rush encourages their members to donate used, unwanted or even new soccer equipment, such as balls, shoes, shin guards and uniforms so they can be distributed here locally and throughout the world to needy children. Help us help them.

Rebate Program: Donate your old competitive uniform when you buy a new uniform through soccer.com and receive $20! Easy! For more information, contact your Team Manager or the Washington Rush REACH Coordinator (email at top of page).