TSF Receives $50,000 from Super Bowl Legacy Fund!

By Michael Alada | January 10, 2018

TSF Receives $50,000 From Super Bowl Legacy Fund! It was an eventful day at Conway today, as we were visited by friends from all over the state, community youth, and a special committee, to gather in the gym to make a big announcement. The Sanneh Foundation, Conway Community Center, and many partners have been waiting…

The Sanneh Foundation’s 6th Annual Legends Cup

By Michael Alada | January 8, 2018

The Sanneh Foundation’s 6th Annual Legends Cup Honors and Remembers Members of the local Soccer Community The Sanneh Foundation held its 6th Annual Legends Cup at the Holy Angels Academy sports dome in Richfield Minnesota. It was a time of fellowship and re-kindled competitiveness in the soccer community of Minnesota. Various groups came out to…

The Sanneh Foundation & Minnesota Vikings Host Holiday Football Camp

By Michael Alada | January 3, 2018

The Sanneh Foundation & Minnesota Vikings Host Holiday Football Camp Friday, December 29th, Tony Sanneh and The Sanneh Foundation co-hosted a holiday football camp with E.J. Henderson and the Minnesota Vikings over the holiday break at Vikings Winter Park indoor facility in Eden Prarie, Minnesota. A bus brought 25 kids from Conway to the camp,…

The Sanneh Foundation Vikings Game Experience

By Michael Alada | January 1, 2018

The Sanneh Foundation Vikings Game Experience Conway Community Center’s East Side Blaze football team had a great experience at the Minnesota Vikings football game today. It was the Vikings last regular season game versus the Chicago Bears at U.S. Bank Stadium, where home-field advantage throughout the playoffs were at stake. The Minnesota Vikings have had…

The Sanneh Foundation & Friends Hold Target Shopping Spree!

By Michael Alada | December 21, 2017

The Sanneh Foundation & Friends Hold Target Shopping Spree! The Sanneh Foundation was fortunate enough to put together a great night for ten of our youth summer camp coaches, thanking them for their great work over this past summer. Coaches gathered at the Conaway Community Center and were then taken downtown Minneapolis for a taco…

Ace Solid Waste Donates Bikes to Conway!

By Michael Alada | December 14, 2017

Ace Solid Waste Donates Bikes to Conway! Ace Solid Waste of Ramsey, MN surprised the Conway Community Center by showing up and delivering two truckloads of bikes to on the morning of December 14th! The night before, the Ace Solid Waste hard workers assembled all of the bikes and loaded them up to be donated to…

TSF Receives Grant from Timberwolves

By Michael Alada | December 12, 2017

TSF Receives Grant from Timberwolves Tuesday December 12th, The Sanneh Foundation attended the Minnesota Timberwolves versus the Philadelphia 76ers game at the Target Center. Staff enjoyed an exciting and close game between two of the young up and coming teams in the NBA, as both rosters hold the next generation of up and coming superstars.…

December Impact Trip Day 3 – Jessica Mendez – 12/11/2017

By Michael Alada | December 12, 2017

December Impact Trip Day 3 – Jessica Mendez – 12/11/2017 Waking up early on a Monday morning is usually the most dreaded thing but when you wake up early to the rising sun in Haiti, life is exciting knowing that you’ve got a full day of adventure ahead of you. The first thing on tap for this…

December Impact Trip Day 2 – Anyssa Ibrahim – 12/10/2017

By Michael Alada | December 11, 2017

December Impact Trip Day 2 – Anyssa Ibrahim – 12/10/2017 Got up this morning, had a pretty good breakfast and left with the car. We went to the supermarket first , and bought some snacks for the day. After the supermarket we  headed towards the mountains. Amazing!! The view and the historical background was crazy…

December Impact Trip Day 1 – Malani Lee – 12/9/2017

By Michael Alada | December 11, 2017

December Impcat Trip Day 1 – Malani Lee – 12/9/2017 Wake up time 6:45 am because the earlier we wake the closer we get to helping out the beautiful people in my favorite place Cite De Soleil a part of Haiti. Cite De Soleil is known as dangerous, poor, high crime YET every time I go there…