NAPLES, Fla. – When giving back is so critical during the current situation around the world, Jozy Altidore has stepped to the plate for the people of Haiti again.
Altidore is partnering with Hope For Haiti – a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life for the Haitian people, particularly children – and participating in the group’s “Hike for Haiti Challenge” that runs from April 17 to May 17. The fundraiser was created to help provide students and teachers in Haiti with crucial financial support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Jozy Altidore Foundation will also be matching funds donated to his Team page up to $2,500, meaning all contributions will have double the impact. The donations will be used to directly support 24 communities in Haiti to ensure children can attend school and stay healthy.
To make your donation today, please find Altidore’s Team Page at https://www.classy.org/team/288505.
The Toronto FC and United States Men’s National Team striker was honored to partner with Hope For Haiti, which is based in Altidore’s home state of Florida.
“Growing up with Haitian roots, I’m humbled by the journey and effort these students take to get to class before the textbooks are even opened, and am inspired by their dedication to their education and future,” Altidore said.
“In these times of adversity and social distancing, it is so important to still find ways to virtually stay connected to others in our community, and to stay healthy and active at home.”
This is Hope for Haiti’s second annual Hike for Haiti Challenge, where participants can virtually hike the rural Haitian community of Marre à Coiffe in solidarity with these students whether outside, in their homes or on a step-machine, all while raising funds to support education and public health initiatives across Hope for Haiti partner communities.
“In these times of adversity and social distancing, it is so important to still find ways to virtually stay connected to others in our community, and to stay healthy and active at home,” Altidore said. “I’m excited to be an ambassador for the Hike for Haiti team, and look forward to joining my Hike for Haiti Challenge teammates in sweating for a cause at home.”
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For all inquiries and partnership opportunities connected to the Jozy Altidore Foundation, please contact Jeremy Pond, vice president, at Jeremy.Pond@YMUGroup.com.
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NEW YORK – Alkmaar Zaanstreek agreed to sell the rights to striker Jozy Altidore to Sunderland Association Football Club of the English Premier League.
AZ Alkmaar made its official announcement early Saturday via its official website and Twitter account. Financial terms of the transfer fee agreed upon between AZ and Sunderland were not disclosed.
Altidore’s transfer is contingent upon him passing a physical, which is scheduled for Monday morning, with the Sunderland medical staff. Altidore arrived in Sunderland late Sunday evening.
Altidore, the 23-year-old star of the United States Men’s National Team, will embark on his second trip to the EPL – regarded by many as the top soccer league in the world. Altidore spent the entire 2009-10 season in the EPL with Hull City Football Club. Altidore scored a goal in 28 appearances with Hull City before moving to Bursaspor of the Turkish Premier League the following season.
Altidore leaves AZ Alkmaar of the Eredivisie – the Netherlands’ top-flight division – after completing two years of a four-year contract with the club, where he recorded 51 goals in 93 appearances, making him one of the franchise’s all-time leading scorers.
An AZ fan favorite, Altidore scored 31 goals in 40 matches across all competitions this past season, setting a new record for goals in a single season by an American playing in a European league.
The highlight of Altidore’s record-setting 2012-13 campaign came in what wound up being his final match with the Cheese Farmers. Altidore scored the game-winning goal in the KNVB Dutch Cup final against European power PSV Eindhoven, lifting AZ Alkmaar to a stunning 2-1 upset win and the team’s first crown in 32 years.
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Altidore scored a goal in all six Dutch Cup matches, finishing with eight goals overall in the competition.
Altidore now heads to Sunderland, owned by American billionaire businessman Ellis Short, and hopes to lead the Black Cats to the upper half of the EPL table. Sunderland finished a disappointing 17th out of 20 teams last season.
Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio – the former Italian star player – begins his first full season at the helm. It was Di Canio’s guidance and leadership that helped the Black Cats avoid relegation late last season.
Altidore and Sunderland open the 2013-14 campaign August 17 with a home match against Fulham at the Stadium of Light.
Take a look at American striker Jozy Altidore donning the red-and-white stripes of the Sunderland Association Football Club during his visit to the Academy of Light in Sunderland, England.
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International soccer star Jozy Altidore has been selected as one of the 2014 inductees to the Haitian Roundtable’s 1804 List of Changemakers for groundbreaking accomplishments in sports.
Named in honor of Haiti’s year of independence, the 1804 List recognizes 25 Haitian-American “Changemakers” and Five “Ones To Watch” from around the country for: outstanding achievement and success in their profession, being a force for change in their community, being a thought leader, trailblazer, or unsung hero or breaking barriers that help create a better understanding of Haiti and the Haitian community.
The group’s inaugural inductees to the 1804 list included: photographer Marc Baptiste; actors Jimmy Louis and Jerry Lamothe; Olympian Nadine Faustin-Parker; and, New York State Assemblywoman Michaelle Solages.
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The Haitian Roundtable, founded in New York in 2008, is an organization comprised of Haitian-American professionals who are committed to civic engagement as well as philanthropic endeavors benefiting Haiti, Haitian organizations and causes. The organization seeks to heighten awareness locally and nationally of Haitians as an emerging constituency among key stakeholders as well as promote Haiti as a positive brand.
Altidore will be honored by the Haitian Roundtable at a Recognition Ceremony and reception on Saturday, March 22, 2014, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m., at Florence Gould Hall in Manhattan.
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NEW YORK – Jozy Altidore and Gold Coast Sports Academy have reached an agreement to bring several youth soccer camps to the New York-New Jersey region.
Altidore, a standout striker playing for the United States Men’s National Team and Toronto FC of Major League Soccer, will team up with GCSA – one of the nation’s leading sports academies – to host soccer programs in the following locations: Brooklyn (N.Y.) Bridge Park; Nassau County (N.Y.) on Long Island; Randall’s Island (N.Y.); and, Union, N.J.
“I am thrilled to have this amazing opportunity to partner with a respected, first-class organization like Gold Coast Sports Academy,” Altidore said. “Being able to bring quality soccer camps to children of all ages in the New York and New Jersey area is something I have always been hoping to do. Having been born in the region, this is definitely a dream come true.”
The Altidore-GCSA camps are day programs, running from 8 a.m. EST to 5 p.m. EST Monday to Friday for each session.
“We are so excited to partner with Jozy Altidore in developing the Gold Coast Sports Jozy Altidore Soccer Academy,” said Michael Schlank, executive vice president of Oasis Children’s Services – parent company to GCSA. “We know having Jozy’s methodology and philosophy at the heart of camp will make this a special place for players of all skill level and experience. Jozy is a true role model in every sense of the word and we are thrilled at Gold Coast Sports Academy to call him a teammate.”
On the field, Altidore has put together a solid, decorated career at both the club and international levels. He currently sits alone at fourth on the all-time U.S. list for goals scored (33) in 91 career appearances with the national team, which he has twice represented at the FIFA World Cup.
Altidore, who signed with MLS club Toronto FC in January before a stint with Sunderland of the Barclays Premier League in England, is the only American player to score 30 goals or more in a single European league season in soccer history, finishing with 31 goals in 40 matches across all competitions with AZ Alkmaar during the 2012-2013 campaign.
For dates and registration information regarding the Altidore-GCSA soccer camps, please log on at: goldcoastsportsacademy.com for further details.
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