Matthew Stafford & REPREVE want your help to Support the youth of Detroit
Team up with us by bidding on amazing, one-of-a-kind artwork, created and signed by Matthew Stafford. With 100% of the proceeds going to the S.A.Y. Play Center, you're helping transform the lives of kids in Detroit through academics, sports, music and dance. We call this, the Art of Transformation.
Matthew Stafford is helping transform the lives of Detroit's youth, donating his time and money toward the development and reconstruction of the S.A.Y. Detroit Play Center. A place where kids of all ages can immerse themselves in the power of sport, music and education, transforming themselves for a better, brighter future. REPREVE gets that. We transform recycled plastic bottles into something better too–the fiber used to make products we wear and use every day–leaving a better planet for us, and future generations.
Together, REPREVE and Matthew teamed up for the PAINT BY NUMBER 9 project. Using footballs as his paintbrush, the Lions QB transformed REPREVE-based canvases, made from 35 recycled bottles, into amazing, one-of-a-kind pieces of art. Now we're auctioning off these signed, limited edition items and giving 100% of the proceeds back to the S.A.Y. Play Center. Bid now to help Matthew & REPREVE score big for charity.
I value many lessons learned playing sports in my youth, and rebuilding this rec center provides an opportunity for Detroit's youth to learn through the same process. It's been rewarding to help support the continued improvement of S.A.Y. Detroit Play Center.”
Matthew saw an opportunity to help transform the lives of the youth in Detroit, by funding the revitalization and construction of the S.A.Y. Detroit Play Center, giving children of all ages exposure to and guidance in sport, academic, music, dance and many other programs that build confidence and strong social skills for the future. Your purchase of the artwork born from the PAINT BY NUMBER 9 project will further these children's transformation into successful lives as adults.
Matthew Stafford's Score 7 Charitable Fund was one of the driving forces in breathing new life into the S.A.Y. Detroit Play Center, a recreation center that was previously closed in 2104. The Center is now a vital resource in helping to constructively shape the lives of Detroit's youth.
“The experience of creating these paintings is one that I'll never forget. Each canvas is made from 35 recycled plastic bottles and serves as a distinctive symbol that supports our environment,” says Matthew Stafford.
It doesn't stop here. You can make a difference.
The vision of the S.A.Y. Play Center is to be the premier training center for young people to improve their community, starting with themselves. To learn more about about the center and its programs, visit SayPlay.org.