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MEET THE FOUNDER

Terrence Griffin is the Founder and President of Compete for Causes.  Being a former Division I athlete and a current Professional Sports Realtor, Terrence is committed to educating the public on the effects of CTE and raising money for the treatment and prevention the disease.     

 

Terrence is known regionally and nationally for his Philanthropic efforts, which include Board Member of the Kiwanis Club, Director of Corporate Development for the Larry English L.E.A.D Foundation, Board of Directors for Say San Diego, and Committee Member for the University Club.  Through his own desire of donating time, contributing financially, and leveraging his network to raise money for causes closest to his heart, Terrence established Compete for Causes to give others a nontraditional opportunity to fund raise for a charity that they themselves are passionate about.

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FAST FACTS

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REGISTERED NON PROFITS IN THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO

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OF SAN DIEGO NON PROFIT REVENUE COMES FROM CONTRIBUTIONS SUCH AS GOVERNMENT GRANTS, INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS OR FOUNDATIONS. 20% MORE THAN THE STATES AVERAGE.

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OUR MISSION

WE ARE A 501 C(3) ORGANIZATION

Compete for Causes gives individuals, businesses and nonprofits the platform to raise awareness for their charity of choice through social sport competitions. Registered teams compete for the opportunity to win a portion of the proceeds raised. 

The mission for Compete for Causes is to raise funding and bring awareness to Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, a degenerative brain disorder found in people who have suffered repeated blows to the head.  CTE is generally found in athletes, military veterans, and others with a history of repetitive brain trauma.  A portion of all proceeds will go towards the research, education and treatment of CTE.