In support of the local community, Truesdale Health Foundation has established an ongoing relationship with the Fall River Youth Soccer Association.
Truesdale Health Foundation has become the major sponsor of the non-profit association, which provides supervised soccer programs for over 900 boys and girls in the Greater Fall River community. Established in 1990, the FRYSA, through recreational and competitive soccer, promotes sportsmanship, fair play and honesty for the physical and social well-being of young people ages 4 to 19. The FRYSA teaches soccer and has spring and fall playing seasons with a full schedule of games.
Left to right: Ronald A. Schwartz, M.D., Board of Directors; Lou Mattos, FRYSA Vice President; Marvin D. Berman, M.D., President; Ed Almeida, FRYSA President; and Stuart W. Levine, D.D.S., Treasurer.
The Foundation’s financial support enables the FRYSA to maintain its programs in ways that include soccer field maintenance, equipment purchases and the operation of the TOPSoccer Program, a special program for boys and girls with mental or physical disabilities.
Marvin D. Berman, M.D., President of the Truesdale Health Foundation said, “This partnership fits perfectly with our mission to promote health and wellness in the Fall River area. We’re proud to support an organization with such a long track record of providing local kids the physical and mental benefits of well organized sports activity.”