Tampa, FL, May 11, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Fifty teams competed for first place at the Bay Area Apartment Association’s 8th Annual Spikes for Tykes Volleyball Tournament on Friday, April 13th, at Post Card Inn on St. Pete Beach, benefitting the Children’s Home Network in Tampa.
The Children’s Home Network is Tampa’s oldest, and continuously running non-profit that is improving lives and changing life stories of abused, neglected and abandoned children. At its residential campus on Memorial Highway, the Children’s Home Network provides a safe, healing environment to help boys and girls who have experienced trauma. More than 25,000 children and families benefit each year through Children’s Home Network programs.
The Bay Area Apartment Association is committed to giving back to children and families in the Tampa Bay community. Sponsors, players and spectators collaboratively raised over $11,000 in support of the Children’s Home Network.
The Bay Area Apartment Association’s 9th Annual Spikes for Tykes Volleyball Tournament is expected to take place on April 12, 2019. Details will be confirmed in the near future. Visit https://www.baaahq.org/volleyball-tournament for more information.
About Bay Area Apartment Association
The Bay Area Apartment Association (BAAA) currently represents 165,000+ units in the Tampa Bay Area. This non-profit trade association serves the interests of the rental housing industry. BAAA offers Educational Programs, Legislative Updates and Provides Topical Information of Interest. Membership includes individual owners, property management companies, suppliers, and vendors who provide products and services for the rental housing industry. For more information, visit www.baaahq.org.
About Children’s Home Network
The Children's Home Network is a local 501(C)(3) non-profit organization that unlocks the potential of nearly 25,000 at-risk children and families by providing compassionate and effective services that create opportunities for success in the Central Florida region. For more information about the Children’s Home Network, visit www.childrenshomenetwork.org