Posted by: Shara | August 1, 2017

Help Football Hopeful Fund Future

Help Football Hopeful Fund Future

By Shara Darke


The world is getting tougher daily, and when someone in the rising generation is willing to sacrifice, step up his game, and fight for his future, he is someone to rally around! Kaimana Pearson has a chance to call De Anza College and the Dons Football Team home. He retired his Layton Lancer jersey when he graduated from high school, but has no intentions of setting his football aside. Working hard to secure a spot on a college team, he now plans to do whatever it takes to be even better at football and once again earn a position worthy of the Offensive Line Center position he achieved in high school. He is still conditioning and working out, and his dedication and determination don’t just apply to his football game.


Kaimana has always seen academics as essential, and studied as much as he practiced. He never dropped below a 3.0, and has now set his sights on the new challenges of college courses. He hopes to earn a business degree so that he can help future athletic hopefuls achieve in both sports and academics.


Coming from a family of athletes, Kaimana has shown that he can hold his own! His brothers are currently at Santa Barbra and University of Utah, and he is following their perseverance and fire as a positive example to a younger sister and brother. He is fiercely loyal to family, and his big heart sees him involved in service to them and the community.

For Kaimana to reach California prepared to give his all to his college, he needs to raise $6,000 by August 31st. Help this athlete show what he’s made of by contributing below. Thank you for your support of America’s youth and the next generation of possibilities!

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