The brand new Chris Goulding T-Shirt has just been released and is limited to only 50. They are available online only by clicking here.
The T-Shirt, featuring artwork by former NBL player Adam Ballinger, will coincide with the launch of the NBL season tonight, with the proceeds going into bringing basketball to kids from disadvantaged communities across Melbourne.
To celebrate, we are giving away an autographed CG43 T-Shirt to one lucky winner. Simply post a video of yourself celebrating a three-pointer and tag both Helping Hoops and Chris Goulding on your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. The winner will be informed via social media and the contest will run until Sunday, October 15 at midnight.
This will be the second CG43 T-Shirt launched, with the previous T raising $2000 for Helping Hoops. The Melbourne United star is a passionate supporter of Helping Hoops and acts as an ambassador with considerable reach and representation for the organisation.
“Chris is not only a star on the court, but a great person off it as well. The fact that he gives his time and energy to helping us help kids is a fantastic endorsement of Helping Hoops, and we are extremely excited and appreciative of the chance to launch the CG43 T-Shirt,” said Adam McKay, Executive Director of Helping Hoops.
Chris has made many contributions to the organization in the past, including setting the previous record of 345 free throws in 15 minutes at the 24-Hour Charity Shootout in 2013. Among his many accomplishments, Chris recently represented Australia at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games for the Australian Boomers Basketball team. The Olympian has previously shared his belief in giving back to the community and enabling kids to excel in life through basketball.
“I realize I’m lucky so why not try and give back so that one day, the kids we see out here can be in a position similar to what I am,” Goulding said.
With a strong aptitude to help others, we are excited to collaborate with Chris Goulding on this venture and hope to build upon our relationship moving forward.