Dig 4 Kids
Dig 4 Kids was founded in the spring of 2000 by Professional Beach Volleyball Player and Olympic Gold Medalist, Eric Fonoimoana. It was established after Eric noticed the lack of youth education and exercise programs in disadvantaged communities. He felt a strong desire to "equalize" these circumstances in these areas. With the success of the foundations first pilot program conducted in Carson, California and Eric's success in winning THE GOLD, the dream of Dig 4 Kids has become a reality and the organization has gained both national and international sponsorship and recognition for its efforts. Dig 4 Kids has helped over 2,450 children learn the importance of education and physical fitness.
This program is coordinated at Robert Frost Elementary by Ms. Katie Whitemarsh and Mr. Jack Maxwell.