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Mission Statement

Provide student-athletes with opportunities for personal growth, professional preparation and development, and involvement in community service.

The Stealth Lacrosse Program is committed to giving back to the City of Parkland and the surrounding community. By providing opportunities for student-athletes to serve, these young boy's and girl's make meaningful contributions to society. Teams as well as individual student-athletes are involved in numerous charity and community organizations, schools and hospitals.

Below are charities, and programs we currently have relationships with:

Covid-19 Testing Site - Memorial Healthcare Systems

Raised money to provide meals to the essential workers/staff at the CB Smith Park Covid-19 testing site run by Memorial Healthcare during the Pandemic.  We raised enough funds to feed the staff for an entire week. 

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Donnell Bennett Christmas Toy Drive

Donnell Bennett Christmas Toy Drive is an annual event our families participate in.  Players donate small gifts to the cause, that are given to kids in need around the holidays.  We couldn't be prouder Coach Donnell Bennett for hosting the Toy Drive and all our players and parents who have donated to the event.

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Stealth Summer Invitational Tournament

As a statewide initiative to promote an affordable tournament for all teams, we held the Stealth Summer Invitational Tournament in Parkland, FL.  The tournament was attended by over 30 teams, all of which paid NO registration fee.


MADD Mothers Against Drunk Driving 5k Walk

Every Spring our players participate in the MADD 5k Walk to support of the cause, and to support of Kaitlyn Ferrante who lost her life to a wrong way drunk driver.  The Ferrante Family has been involved with the High School and travel lacrosse programs for years.  Kaitlyn's younger brother Nico, was a member of the Stealth/Stoneman Douglas Lacrosse Program.

Chris Hixon Memorial Walk

Coach Chris Hixon, Stoneman Douglas athletic director was a big advocate of lacrosse in the Parkland H.S., who lost his life in the 2/14 school shooting.  Our High School players and staff participated in the event.  The team also created "Stoneman Douglas Strong" t-shirts to help raise money for the Hixon Memorial Run.  All proceeds went to the cause.

Delray Lacrosse and Leadership - Halloween Bash

Hosted 30-40 players from the Delray Lacrosse and Leadership program.  Players participated in our Annual Halloween Bash, where players played games, wore costumes, and received candy for a fun night.  The program has attended the event the last two years.

Stealth donated over 40 pairs of NEW Warrior lacrosse cleats the program!

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Parkland Buddy Sports

Raised money and sponsored the Parkland Buddy Sports Annual Golf Tournament.


High School Stealth Lacrosse players helped service Thanksgiving Day meals to the homeless at HOPE.  Hundreds of meals were served.  

Helping Congressman Brian Mast move to Parkland, FL

Our team helped war veteran and Congressman, Brian Mast move his family into Parkland, FL.  Players helped load and unload moving trucks, welcoming him into the community.

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