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Former NBA star and current ESPN Sports Analyst Jalen Rose started the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy, or JRLA, in order to provide a leadership-focused experience within a high-performing high school that engages and inspires Detroit area youth to achieve at the rigorous level necessary to ultimately graduate with a college degree and thrive in life.

With Detroit charter schools receiving less state-aid than Detroit Public Schools; including roughly 85% of what nearby suburban schools receive, the JRLA is one of the crucial programs that are vital to raising significant funds from private sources to meet the educational goals of youth in the area.

On September 10th, the 2nd Annual JRLA will present an amazing afternoon of golf at Michigan’s Detroit Golf Club with the support of many local celebrities. Supporting this great foundation with an event sponsorship or donation of a silent auction item will go a long way in helping a wonderful cause as well as serve to brand your corporation as a successful and caring entity. During the event, auction items will be prominently displayed with an acknowledgement of each company’s donation followed by recognition on JRLADetroit.com after the event.

In addition to 13-year NBA star Jalen Rose, many other sports celebrities will be at this event including Michigan “Fab Five” legend, Jimmy King, Basketball Hall of Famer Chris Mullin, NBA All-Stars Steve Smith and Rasheed Wallace, as well as many other famed athletes.

If your company is interested in finding out booking fees and availability for a famed NBA Star like Jalen Rose or other sports celebrities for a Fundraising Event, Charity Event, Celebrity Golf Tournament, Autograph Session or Speaking Engagement, call us at 1.888.246.7141 or fill out the booking form.

Watch this video featuring Jalen Rose as he discusses the efforts of the Jalen Rose Foundation and the importance of philanthropy in his life:

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