In honor of the inspiring life of Evan Michael Chambers and the L.O.V.E. principle (Lifting Oneself and Others Towards Victory and Excellence) that he lived by, our organization teaches skills and life lessons learned from the game of baseball. In addition, we offer a structured curriculum that instills the values of love, self-awareness, self-control, faith, family, and community.

Our goal is to help individuals recognize their ability to positively lift their lives and the lives of others through the daily practice of the L.O.V.E. principle.

(Lifting Oneself and others towards Victory and Excellence)

Website:  emclove.com

Evan Michael Chambers L.O.V.E. Foundation Fund

The fund is organized exclusively for charitable, educational, and religious purposes. Specifically, the Agency shall engage in programs and services to help individuals, especially disadvantaged youth and young adults. The program is designed to enhance their personal development and life skills by instilling the values of self-awareness, self-control, conflict resolution, mindfulness, faith, family community, critical thinking, and creativity through the pursuit of sports, particularly the sport of baseball, and by supporting training, acquisition of equipment, play, and mentorship.

About the GiveWell Community Foundation

GiveWell Community Foundation (GWCF) offers nonprofit organizations the opportunity to invest in themselves through Agency Funds. GWCF also works with local service clubs, veterans groups, municipalities, and other community groups by offering Community Funds for the betterment and improved quality of life of our area. Click here to view all of our Featured Funds.

GiveWell Community Foundation works with individuals, families, businesses, and nonprofits to build a stronger community throughout Polk, Hardee, and Highlands county and beyond through charitable funds and competitive grant cycles. The Foundation is home to more than 300 charitable funds and the Impact Polk and Empower Polk grant cycles. GWCF has awarded of $161 million in grants since its founding in 1997. Click here to learn more about us.