News and Events
Strive For Strength 2014
This Retreat will educate young women on the following issues:
- Social Pressures
- Women's Health Issues
- Family & Friend Relationships
- Leadership Development
- Decision Making
- Cyber Bullying
With Special Guests:
Also known as The Sunny Girl, is here to help you find happiness. She’s real, honest, and relatable—exactly what young adults need as they search for practical yet meaningful advice. An eternal optimist, Lauren is working to fight the ideas that teens are entitled, selfish and unmotivated. In fact, she thinks they are anything but! By getting a head start on happiness now—instead of putting it off for later—Lauren is a leader for her generation as they seek fulfilling lives. Lauren is a recent graduate from UCLA with a double major in Communication Studies and Psychology. She travels around the country as a National Consultant for Chi Omega sorority. Lauren is a former Miss Teen California and has raised over $35,000 for the American Cancer Society, a charity that she is extremely passionate about. She plans to pursue a graduate degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Born Noelle Bean on August 26, 1991, she was raised in Nashville and currently resides in the Los Angeles area. Bean writes her own music, personally describing it as “mainstream pop with a bit of the old 50s and 60s retro vibe.” Although Bean is just 22 years old, she has gone through a lot in her life and through her songs Bean aims to connect with fans that are living the joys, sorrows and dreams that everyone faces. Bean is especially passionate about empowering young people to embrace who they are, find their inner-confidence, and reach their full-potential which she does through her song-writing and her connections with her fan community. In January of 2014 radio stations across the country started spinning her single “Cops and Robbers.”
For more information please visit HERE.
Mar 07, 2014
The Sacramento Asian Sports Foundation (SASF) is sponsoring its 21st Annual SASF New Year Classic Invitational Basketball Tournament on March 21, 22, & 23, 2014 in Sacramento, California. All boys and girls teams in your organization are invited to participate in our tournament.
Our tournament includes boys and girls teams from “E” Division through high school seniors. In addition this year, we are adding an Open Co-Ed Division for out of high school players, adult men and women. The Open Co-Ed Division will play 20 minute run halves and at least two adult women must be on the court at all times.
$400 per team for all divisions (except Open Co-Ed)
$30 per player for Open Co-Ed (adult men and women)
December 30, 2013 - Entry Fee and Roster Form
February 10, 2014 - Player Medical & Liability Release Agreement Form
February 10, 2014 - Last day for any revisions to the tournament roster
For accuracy and readability, teams must complete the roster form using the electronic version available from our web site http://weplayhoops.com/sasftourney/.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Attention SASF supporters: The SASF community tournament would not be successful without the many supporters who come out each year to volunteer for the tournament. Once again, we need your assistance with the following duties:
- Gym Coordinators
- Scorekeepers/timekeepers ($8/game, experienced required)
- Concession Stand Operators (the majority of the proceeds go to your team and/or non-profit organization)
- Dinner/Social volunteers
- Fun Night volunteers (our Social for the lower division teams)
If you are interested in volunteering, please send an email to email@example.com and include your contact information along with the activity you are interested in volunteering for. If you would like to run a gym, concession stand or be a scorekeeper/timekeeper, please include the team/division you would like to do. Thank you in advance!
More information available in the documents below.
2014 Invitation Letter
Oct 31, 2013
Donate to SASF
Thank you for choosing to donate to Sacramento Asian Sports Foundation.
If you would like to donate to Sacramento Asian Sports Foundation you can use PayPal or if you would prefer to send a check please print the following PDF file
Oct 11, 2013
Limited amount of tickets are available
-first come first serve.
For more information contact:
Gilbert Mar - firstname.lastname@example.org
Rodney Kunsisaki - email@example.com
Last day to buy tickets - November 13th, 2013
Sep 22, 2013
LINSANITY: THE MOVIE: The Jeremy Lin Story *SASF SCREENING*
The Sylvia Yuke Family Thursday, October 10, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT) Sacramento, CA
On February 5th, 2012, Jeremy Lin electrified MSG when he had 25 points, five rebounds, and seven assists against the New Jersey Nets. Linsanity the movie follows Lin from his childhood to the present day, in a documentary that has been called "spine tingling," is critically acclaimed, and was an official selection at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.
Jeremy Lin - Himself Daniel Dae Kim - Narrator
Evan Jackson Leong - Director, Cinematographer Allen Lu - Producer Brian Yang - Producer Christopher Chen - Producer James D. Stern - Executive Producer Patricia Sun - Executive Producer Sam Kwok - Executive Producer Greg Louie - Editor Newton Brothers - Composer (Music Score) Wildfire Post - Sound Editor
Official LINSANITY: THE MOVIE film swag and raffle will be at this event.
Order Tickers Below!
Sep 20, 2013
SASF All Star Game
Aug 15, 2013
Teens Create Dreams
Aug 15, 2013
Summer Concession Menu Updated 7.16.13
Or download pdf version ** Menu subject to change -
MENU CHANGE: July 31 thru August 2, NO steak sandwiches. Hawaiian Ribs will be substituted.
Thank you for your support!
Jul 17, 2013
The Sacramento Asian Sports Foundation (SASF) is committed to promoting and supporting sports programs for youth, and young adults that develop character, leadership, citizenship, and sportsmanship. With this in mind the summer league program was uniquely built on a concept we call "the circle of life." It is our desire to teach, show, and instill in our youth a passion for community and giving back.
Our summer league is an opportunity for our youth to enjoy the "sport" of basketball, develop new friendships, minimize the emphasis on "winning" and max out the idea of "family and fun." It is our dream that kids who play in the rookie and lower divisions will find the confidence to cycle back in, become a coach, and at some point a future leader who will keep the program going thus fulfilling "the circle of life."
The majority of our youth participate in different levels of competitive sports that involve a high level of commitment, work, and dedication to become the best and to win. Many are in programs that work-out and train year round. The SASF program was consciously built to provide a positive experience and environment for both competitive and non competitive players.
How are we unique? The coaches are teens and college students from our community. Teams are drafted by the coaches to ensure a mixture of players from different organizations and skill level. Parents who usually sit on opposing sides now sit together to cheer for their children. Siblings run around. Grandparents come out to watch. New friendships are made at every age level and old friendships are renewed.
For us, success is measured by the laughter, the hugs and handshakes, the adulation in the eyes of a 2nd grader when their 9th grade coach gives a high-five, the excitement and nervousness of a first time coach, the confidence from our youth referees...we are building our youth for the future...the circle of life. Our program is unique, not better, but we truly believe it's good for our kids. We hope you agree and that you will enjoy being part of our family.
Also, for you mini hoopers, who want to learn some basic skills, we have our Basic Hoops in August! Check back soon for applications!
Jun 01, 2013
DATE: August 12, 13, 14 & 15, 2013
(Monday through Thursday)
PLACE: SASF Community/Recreational Center
9040 High Tech Court
Elk Grove, CA 95758
TIME: 6:00-7:30 pm
COST: $45.00 per participant
Make checks payable to SASF Basic Hoops
The goal of our clinic is to teach basic fundamental basketball skills in a fun environment for kids entering Kindergarten through 3rd grade in the fall of 2013.
Contact Amy Wong for more information
firstname.lastname@example.org or 916.456.8974
Apr 24, 2013