LWH hosted the first Future LWH Winter Leadership Retreat to provide exposure to activities beyond basketball The retreat included leadership discussions, a team cook-off competition and some recreational snow sports. LWH provides youth programming free of charge throughout the calendar year.
In February, the exhibition City/Game: Basketball in New York debuted at the Museum of the City of New York. The exhibition tells the many stories of basketball in New York and includes images and content featuring Ladies Who Hoop. The exhibition will run through January 18, 2021.
In March, Future LWH celebrated girls in sports at St. John's University, enjoyedstations hosted by NY Wolves footballand the NY Knicks, and an exciting NCAA women's basketball game. FutureLWH also won the Gotham Basketball league championships in both the 14U and 10U divisions.
In October, LWH and honored 2-time breast cancer survivor, Lourdine Haney at a special Breast Cancer Awareness event. LWH encourages you to talk to your doctor, know the signs and make your health a priority!
In November, LWH and Future LWH were featured in the She Breaks Barriers campaign (in partnership with Adidas), to promote the importance of female coaches and access, as tools to help keep girls in sport.
LWH closes out the year with the last 2019 installment of Back 2 Basics Basketball Bootcamp. This program has become incredibly popular since its introduction in early 2018 and is now offered to corporate groups.