Good Sports encourages healthy lifestyles by providing athletic equipment, footwear, and apparel to disadvantaged youth nationwide. By partnering with sporting goods manufacturers, Good Sports gives crucial equipment to kids who need it most.
Since 2003, Good Sports has provided over $15 million worth of equipment to more than 2,200 youth programs, impacting nearly two million kids across all 50 states. It has also been awarded a four star rating from Charity Navigator, the nation’s largest charity evaluator, for two consecutive years.
Good Sports team members are driven to solve important problems, no matter what gets in their way: “We want smart people who are willing to help us figure it out, whatever “it” may be at the moment,” says Christy Keswick, COO.
This mentality even goes as far as collaborating on the company’s newly renovated space. After holding a fun, company-wide contest to name its new conference room, “The Bullpen” was born. This room is now home to staff meetings and frequent parties and office gatherings.
Check out Good Sports’ offices, then go get your next job.
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