Rise Up Ball is a Canadian - based high performance sport(s) program that is fun and safe, yet competitive. We offer array of programs for all ages and we are also highly involved in outreach work within the community.
Since we began 2015 Rise Up Ball has gained the reputation amongst educators and sports professionals as leaders in providing a platform where children develop confidence, competence, while enjoying and participating in a wide range of sport(s).
Our program has utilized sports as a platform to connect with diverse youth in the community through physical literacy and social interest. we've work with over 500 kids and youth in the lower mainland. On average, clients rate our service a 9.6 out of 10, and often mention our professionalism and ability to stay on deadline.
Our coaches come from a range of academic and physical disciplines. Moreover, are screened and trained based on Rise Up Ball methodology. Our environment is engaging; it guides and develops participants to be innovated, responsible and accountable with tasks, drills, and games. All program provides positive coaches and peers, which allows the participant to establish connections, competence, and confidence. When youth are engaged, they are more likely to be productive, contributing members of society.
We follow three principles: deconstruct, reconstruct, and reinforce. Our agenda is to guide and support kids and youth in improving and advancing their mental and motor skills through (FUN)damentals and advance basics. Allowing them to be more knowledgeable and self-assured individuals.
Our vision is to work with our community to make sport(s) an attainable platform for young people to grow and progress regardless of social status. “The Surrey RCMP reports that the average age of gang members involved in the 2014- 2016 gang conflict was 23 years, while the average age of their first criminal offense was 16 years old and age of first suspension from school was 13 years old” 1. We strive to be an outlet in where youth have a place to be with positive peers and have access to adult allies and opportunities to express their creativity and leadership.