About Us

About Us

P.U.S.H, (Produce. Unity. Strength. Heart) Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 2019 to provide youth with proper resources, elite athletic opportunities, and mentorship.  Athletics are utilized as a primary vehicle to introduce adequate motor skills and mental fortitude when faced with varying life challenges.

Character development is a critical component of our program in which dedicated staff, and volunteers, work in partnership with local and national sports organizations. These community stakeholders may serve as resource-advocates in order to assist youth in becoming the best athletic version of themselves.  Community service is an additional module provided to build character, increase resiliency, and promote civic responsibility.

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Program Goal

The overall goal for P.U.S.H is to elevate the athletic ability for the youth of Northern New England. This program is for any child, male or female, who aspires to play Jr. Varsity, Varsity, or Division 1-3 collegiate sports, and more importantly provide them with classroom and community initiatives that make them well-rounded individuals and tremendous high school and college prospects.

Our Mission

Our mission is to create athletic training opportunities for all the youth of Northern New England from our at-risk youth to all socio-economic backgrounds so that they can become the best athletic versions of themselves while providing our members with life skills and leadership opportunities through various community initiatives. We value all children and believe education through creative learned experiences, and positive mentorship can make a difference so our youth can be successful.

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COVID-19 UPDATE

Governor Sununu announced that New Hampshire’s Stay at Home Order will expire on Monday, June 15, 2020. P.U.S.H. will enforce safety guidelines. We will enforce social distancing protocols and any athlete that travels to or from California, Texas, Arizona, and Florida or any state in the future that is deemed among those with the highest number of new cases will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days in order to ensure the safety of instructors and other members.