Founded in 2014 after the passing of the father of professional basketball player Roman Perez, the Dudo Baez foundation has been of light for many.
Providing a platform for people of all ages to grow and to learn more about the game of Basketball, Dudo Baez has been that key for many doors to open. “My father Dudo, never lost hope in dreams and thats something i’m just fulfilling through his name and legacy”, stayed Perez.
Whether its a camp, clinic or tournament, its all about giving back. Making sure all players youth or adult receive a chance to excel in sports, but most importantly life. “We believe in people, we are just here to help improve whatever it is they want to accomplish in life”.
“Wanting to help is one thing, but wanting to help coming from your heart is another. The communities and the people need light in their lives daily, and with the help of God we can all overcome any circumstance we face in life”.
Emma was born in Tuskegee Albama and educated at Kent state University. She has written across the National News. She worked as a manager for the global marketing department and recently she is working on Weekly Optimist.
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