THE MOJO MISSION

“Empower young athletes everywhere and make sports more fun for everyone – one kid, one coach, one family, one team at a time.”

Why Mojo?

PARENTS NEED COACHING HELP

Parents are amazing when it comes to sports: more than 80% of coaches are parents who volunteer to help out. But fewer than 30% have received any training on the essentials of how to coach.

PARENTS NEED COACHING HELP

Parents are amazing when it comes to sports: more than 80% of coaches are parents who volunteer to help out. But fewer than 30% have received any training on the essentials of how to coach.

KIDS ARE DROPPING OUT

More than 70 percent of kids drop out of youth sports by the age of 13. And girls drop out 2X to 6X faster than boys. Two big reasons for the drop out crisis: Sports aren’t fun. And coaching isn’t good enough.

KIDS ARE DROPPING OUT

More than 70 percent of kids drop out of youth sports by the age of 13. And girls drop out 2X to 6X faster than boys. Two big reasons for the drop out crisis: Sports aren’t fun. And coaching isn’t good enough.

EVERY KID DESERVES TO PLAY

MOJO believes in helping to level the playing field between haves and have-nots. MOJO donates its mobile app to thousands of coaches working with underprivileged athletes. And every time a family buys a MOJO product, we donate one to a family that can’t afford it.

EVERY KID DESERVES TO PLAY

MOJO believes in helping to level the playing field between haves and have-nots. MOJO donates its mobile app to thousands of coaches working with underprivileged athletes. And every time a family buys a MOJO product, we donate one to a family that can’t afford it.

YOUTH SPORTS IS BROKEN

The Problems in Youth Sports Today.

  • Overall participation is declining. Some 45% of kids aged 6 to 12 played team sports in 2008, but that number dropped to 38% by 2019.
  • Only 24% of kids aged 6 to 17 engage in the CDC recommended hour of activity per day, down from 30% one decade earlier.
  • Low income families are playing less sports. Some 22% of kids in households with income under $25K play sports on a regular basis versus 43% of kids in households with incomes over $100K.

Our Values

1. Believe In Better

  • Young athletes and families deserve the best
  • Everyone can learn and grow
  • Every dream matters, big and small
  • Sports can make the world a better place

2. Stronger Together

  • Win (and lose) as a team
  • Give more than take

3. Young at Heart

  • Live and play like kids, as much as possible
  • Embrace the wonder of the beginner
  • Stay hungry and dare greatly

4. Demand Equality

  • Fight for justice
  • Level the playing field for all kids and families
  • Be inclusive, open-minded and tolerant

5. Do the Right Thing

  • Act with integrity, always
  • Practice radical candor and transparency

6. Love and Live the Questions

  • Be curious and open-minded
  • Seek out and celebrate the best teachers
  • Learn with the humility of the novice

7. Doing Well Means Doing Good

  • Winning isn’t the only thing
  • Be kind

8. Fun is Fundamental

  • Spread joy
  • Be serious but not self-serious

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