Monmouth County's First 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament

Each March, Play2Win runs what is believed to be the largest indoor charity 3-on-3 basketball tournament in the state at the MAC at Monmouth University. The Drive to the Hoop tournament benefits both Prevention First and MU Women’s Basketball. At its inaugural event in March of 2010, the event drew over 110 teams with participants from all age groups. This year is expected to be even larger with event promotion kicking off in December.

> 2011 Drive to the Hoop Brochure

The Premier 7-on-7 Touch Football Tournament

Each November, Play2Win runs The Turkey Bowl, a 7-on-7 touch football tournament benefitting Jason’s Dreams for Kids. This year marks The Turkey Bowl’s 11th year, and the event should surpass over a quarter of a million dollars raised after this year.

Play 2 Win: Sporting Events for a Cause!

Play2Win is a 501(3)(c) non-profit founded in 2009. Our charter is to organize and run athletic events to benefit local charities, specifically those focusing on children’s issues and needs. As of today, Play2Win organizes two annual events, with the goal of significantly expanding our presence in the years to come.


Our Charities

Based in Red Bank, NJ, Jason's Dreams for Kids, Inc. is an organization founded in memory of Jason Douglas Creager, who passed away on January 18, 1992 after losing his battle with cancer. The charity is devoted to granting wishes to children diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses. Bringing a little happiness and putting a few smiles on these children's faces, and hopefully their parents’ faces, is their goal.

Based in Ocean, NJ, Prevention First is non-profit agency dedicated to strengthening the foundations of children and families by empowering them to successfully handle difficult, everyday life situations and extraordinary challenges such as violence and substance abuse. The charity is committed to a multi-faceted, culturally and societal-diverse approach to vision implementation through community outreach, providing targeted, influential programs for all residents of Monmouth County, especially those in greatest need.