AMF YLS School Making a Difference in Cincinnati

Anderson High School Helping Others with Donkeys and Basketball

Donkeys, Basketball, Helping others in need.  What do these three things have in common?  They are all part of Anderson High School’s Service Challenge Project, of course.

Anderson High School will be hosting a donkey basketball tournament to help raise funds for the Malling Family.  The family has two boys with Pelizaeus-Merzbeacher Disease who photoattend Anderson High School.  Their father was also just recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s, which has been difficult news for the family.  Anderson loves the Malling family and wants to be able to give back to them in their time of need.  All the funds from the ticket sales will go directly to the family.


The games will take place next Wednesday, February 13th with the first game starting at 7:00 pm in their high school gym.  Tickets are $6 in advance and $8 at the door.

Anderson flyer

You can support Anderson High School and the Malling Family by emailing Pat Thatcher for advance tickets at

We cannot for this event Anderson!  See you next Wednesday!



Experience Intern


2 thoughts on “AMF YLS School Making a Difference in Cincinnati

  1. Pat Thatcher says:

    At Anderson, we are so excited. Opening day of ticket sales= 300+ . Help us get to 1500. We will sale you tickets in advance or at the door. This family is special to us. We appreciate the support. Dylan and Riley will be in attendance to meet, inspire and thank you.

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