The mission of the Dunking Frogs Foundation

is to actively promote the vision of Coach William

Middlebrooks, philanthropy and athletics as a tool

within education as well as manage donated

resources for the advancement of our brands.

January 12, 2016 | by DFF

Your Support At Work: A Banner 12 Months

Your Support At Work: A Banner 12 Months

As most witness through our communication via social media and our monthly newsletter, the last 12 months have been very exciting. With regular communication moving from our website to these social platforms, Dunking Frogs Foundation attempts to keep up with the latest trends, technology and effective communication techniques in a growing cyber world. In addition, with new programming, continued growth in academic achievement and the acquisition of new equipment, Dunking Frogs Foundation continues to improve on our ability to impact student-athletes at varying levels.

Our ultimate barometer for success continues to be placement of student-athletes in college. With even more stringent academic standards required to qualify for athletic scholarships, Coach Middlebrooks and his team have not missed a beat in terms of maintaining a high placement rate. Below you can read about the student-athletes who have secured scholarships via our various brands over the past 12 months.

However, the challenge has become greater and well as the demand for increased resources. Dunking Frogs Foundation has responded with new fundraising initiatives as well as beginning to more aggressively approach individual donors to support our cause. This is necessary if we are to keep pace with the growing costs associated with ensuring student-athletes meet all the requirements necessary to achieve athletic scholarships at the collegiate level.

Athletic Scholarship Signees Over Past 12 Months:

Brandon Boyd (Idaho State) – Middlebrooks Academy
Micheal Obindu (Carroll College) – Cathedral High School
TJ Leaf (UCLA) – Compton Magic
Ife Kalejaiye (Carroll College) – Cathedral High School & Middlebrooks Academy
Marcus Berkley (UC Riverside) – Middlebrooks Academy
Ike Anigbogu (UCLA) – Compton Magic
Milan Acquaah (Washington State) – Cathedral high School
Johnny McWilliams (Fresno State) – Compton Magic
Daron Henson (Utah State) – Cathedral High School