Gus Macker committee members discuss the importance of The Oatmeal Recipe, on FOX 24 Charleston!
DAE’s mission is to educate and train student-athletes to become skilled, effective and responsible citizens of their communities. DAE addresses the needs of student-athletes in a holistic manner, combining innovative basketball skills training with an emphasis on moral character, academic progress, and overall physical and mental health. DAE will launch:
The Oatmeal Recipe
How you do like your oatmeal? Do you add peanut butter, bananas or honey? Well, the DAE Foundation is cooking up something a little different.
Phase 1: “Jermel President FUN-DA-MENTAL League” taught by former collegiate athletes who will learn and execute basketball techniques, develop their skills and participate in scrimmages and games.
Phase 2: Focuses on travel basketball, nutrition, strength and conditioning, as well as SAT/ACT guidance.
Phase 3: Same concepts as the Phase 2, plus information on college visits, clearing house qualification, exposure camps and college workouts.
Ready to Serve: Just like any other non-profit organization, funding is limited to provide these services. The DAE Foundation hosts tournaments in an effort to raise funding for the Oatmeal Recipe. “Like” the DAE Foundation on Facebook atwww.facebook.com/daefoundation for updates and more information.
DAE Foundation and City of Charleston have joined forces to better serve our basketball community. DAE Foundation will be developing and conducting basketball programs for kids ages seven to twelve. Development has always been our #1 priority and we are very excited about this opportunity.