• Nick's Kids Fund

    The Nick's Kids Fund was started by Nick and Terry Saban during their time at Michigan State University, and has continued to support organizations today. The Nick's Kids Fund is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting children, family, teacher and student causes.
  • Chipping Challenge

    Travelers Insurance raised $3,000 for Nick's Kids yesterday at the Chipping Challenge in front of Bryant-Denny! A special thanks to Gene Stallings and members of the 1992 National Championship, who came out to support the cause.
  • Travelers Insurance Donation!

    Travelers Insurance donated $2,000 to Nick’s Kids at the Birmingham Barons Game! A special thanks to the members of the 1992 National Championship Team who “Through Strikes for Kids”!
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Nick's Kids Fund

 

The Nick's Kids Fund was started by Nick and Terry Saban during their time at Michigan State University, and has continued to support organizations today. The Nick's Kids Fund is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting children, family, teacher and student causes. The Nick's Kids Fund is a part of the Alma Foundation, a 501 ©(3) non-profit charity. Nick and Terry Saban dedicate time to the Nick's Kids Fund by executing multiple events throughout the year, as well as conducting day-to-day activities to keep the charity alive. Nick's Kids is the official charity of Nick Saban and his family. Nick's Kids Fund supports many organizations throughout the year, but focuses mainly on their annual giveaway in the fall. During this event Nick and Terry Saban distribute funds for the year to very deserving and gracious organizations.

The Saban's execute a variety of events throughout the year to benefit the Nick's Kids Fund. These events include a golf tournament, spring scrimmage events, fall scrimmage events and the annual giveaway luncheon. Additionally, Nick and Terry Saban attend events throughout the year to raise funds for the charity. All of the Nick and Terry's BBQ Sauce and Seasoning profits benefit Nick's Kids. Through a variety of speaking engagements Coach Saban has been able to donate more than $100,000 to date.

 

Birdies for Charity

Birdies for Charity is a fundraising program designed to give charities, schools, and any 501(c)3 organization the opportunity to raise funds by generating contributions based on the number of birdies made by Champions Tour players at the Regions Tradition.

  • A birdie is one stroke better than par which is the normal expected score
  • There are an average of 800 birdies made during a major championship
  • One $0.02 pledge would equal $16.00 for Nick's Kids (based on 900 birdies)
  • All administrative costs will be handled by the Regions Tradition
  • All billing and collection will be handled by the Regions Tradition
  • Donors can try to “Guess the Birdies” made and could win the Grand Prize

To make a pledge, print this form or submit online.

Nick Saban: Leadership must be maintained

Courtesy of TuscaloosaNews.com

MOBILE | University of Alabama head football coach Nick Saban told reporters on Thursday that leadership is not something you can just demand.

“I think it is something you get by impacting other people with the example that you set and being somebody that somebody (else) wants to emulate,” Saban explained. “We have leadership seminars and leadership groups that are constantly trying to educate and enhance guys to be good leaders.

“I think we do have some good leaders on our team, but I think the key to being successful is to have great leadership on your team. It takes a lot of maturity and a lot of players who are interested in the welfare of the team and are willing to try to influence and inspire other players on the team to help everybody do what they need to do in terms of their role to be responsible and accountable to do their job.”

Saban was taking part in the annual Nick’s Kids golf tournament at the Country Club of Mobile.

“I enjoy playing golf but there is not a lot of time to play,” Saban said. “I think this thing we do today is not really about the golf, it’s about helping people and we certainly appreciate all of the people who contribute to Nick’s Kids who make the team what it is. We are able to help a lot of people because of it.”

After first rebuilding the Crimson Tide back into a national contender, Saban talked about the changing challenges of maintaining the program at a high level.

Read more at TuscaloosaNews.com

 

Make a Donation

Mail your check to:

Nick's Kids Fund
Box 870323
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
(205) 348-6610

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