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from the Bay State Banner
Posted by ABCD Public Information 10/13/2015 Categories: Governor Charlie Baker Hoop Dreams

Los Angeles Clippers basketball coach Doc Rivers chats with Gov. Charlie Baker during the annual Action for Boston Community Development Hoop Dreams event that raised funds for Greater Boston community programs. Rivers flew in from L.A. to help celebrate the 5th anniversary of the event at TD Garden and to join other supporters such as Boston School Superintendent Tommy Chang, Celtics coach Brad Stevens and sports writer Bob Ryan. See more here.

Hoop Dream event benefited Dorchester Academy 

from the Dorchester Reporter
Posted by ABCD Public Information 10/13/2015 Categories: Governor Charlie Baker Hoop Dreams

“Our work in this high school must go far beyond the classroom,” said ABCD president John Drew. “We will work with families, providing help with food, fuel and family income stabilization. We will provide counseling related to trauma, substance abuse and other issues. We will prepare youngsters for careers and the world of work.” Read more here on page 7.

Back in Boston for ABCD charity event, Doc Rivers Laments the Departure of Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce  

Posted by ABCD Public Information 9/13/2013 Categories: Hoop Dreams

by Justin Barasso | WEEI 

Doc Rivers returned to TD Garden on Wednesday night. The former coach of the Celtics served as a co-chair of the Action for Boston Community Development’s Hoop Dreams charity event and spent the evening shaking hands, signing autographs and sharing stories about his time in Boston.

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Doc Rivers Returns to TD Garden for Hoop Dreams Charity Event  

Posted by ABCD Public Information 9/12/2013 Categories: Hoop Dreams

 NESN | By NESN Staff 

A familiar face was back on the TD Garden parquet Wednesday night. Former Celtics coach Doc Rivers was back in Boston to take part in Hoop Dreams, an annual charity basketball tournament that supports Action for Boston Community Development.

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Hoop Dreams Basketball Tournament 2013 

9/10/2013 Categories: Basketball Fundraising Hoop Dreams

Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD) presents its 3nd annual “Hoop Dreams” fundraiser hosted by former Boston Celtics Head Coach Glenn “Doc” Rivers, Boston Globe sports columnist Bob Ryan and Garden Neighborhood Charities, the charitable organization of the TD Garden.  Proceeds will benefit programs at Action for Boston Community Development.  Find out more.

DOC RIVERS ON HIS DEPARTURE FROM BOSTON 

9/5/2013 Categories: Basketball Hoop Dreams

Thu, 5 Sep 2013

Former Celtics coach Doc Rivers joined WEEI's Dale and Kirk to discuss his career, love of Boston and Hosting ABCD's Hoop Dreams Basketball Tournament for the third year in a row.

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3rd Annual Hoop Dreams Event to Benefit ABCD of Boston 

6/18/2013 Categories: ABCD Hoop Dreams

ABCD featured on the FOX 25 Morning Show promoting Hoop Dreams!  

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Endicott Impress Doc Rivers at TD Garden's Hoop Dreams 

9/25/2012 Categories: ABCD Hoop Dreams

9/17/2012

BOSTON, Mass. – Anyone who loves basketball and has spent time in the Boston area has dreamed about playing on the famous parquet floor at the Garden. On Thursday, September 13th, fifteen Endicott College students had the experience of a lifetime doing just that and meeting the man who led Boston to its 17th world championship.

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Recap: Doc Rivers Hosts ABCD’s 2nd Annual Hoop Dreams 

9/17/2012 Categories: ABCD Hoop Dreams

September 16, 2012 | Written by Boston Fab

Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD) provides a myriad of human services from Head Start programs to Housing Advocacy for almost 50 years.

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Rivers praises ABCD, Hoop Dreams fundraiser 

9/14/2012 Categories: ABCD Hoop Dreams

A. Sherrod Blakely, Comcast SportsNet

September 13, 2012

BOSTON — Doc Rivers always roams the TD Garden court for a good cause, but few get better than this.

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