"I am convinced that Home Court is the best program around. Not just from a basketball skills and training standpoint, but also from a leadership perspective of teaching these kids to be good peaople" - Ted. H


Associate Head Coach
University of Washington Men's Basketball

WHEN:Saturday, May 6th, 2023
6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

WHERE: Home Court Facility

ATTIRE:Business Casual

$75/person (a portion of the fee is tax-deductible)

$30 for kids 18 and younger.
The evening includes a silent auction, dinner catered by SeaStar, speeches from Home Court kids, coaches and supporters and an opportunity to make a tax-deductible donation to Home Court Coaching Development and Scholarship Funds.
The Home Court Coach's Gift Banquet is Home Court's annual celebration and fundraiser for our Coaching Development and Scholarship Funds. Thanks to a generous Matching Gift Pledge every dollar raised will be matched and we are hoping to once again raise $200,000 ensuring as many families as possible can enjoy the unique experience of a Home Court program.

We're very excited to have UW Men's Basketball Associate Head Coach Will Conroy serve as the Keynote Speaker for this year's banquet. Coach Conroy is a Seattle basketball legend who starred at Garfield High School and then the University of Washington. After a 10 year professional basketball career, Will returned to the University of Washington to join Lorenzo Romar's coaching staff and now serves as Associate Head Coach for current UW Coach Mike Hopkins.

Home Court's biggest asset has always been the Home court Coaches who have committed themselves to creating a high performance environment for our younger participants. Like anything of substance however, those who give are often the ones who receive the most. The same skills and characteristics that our coaches exhibit on a daily basis are the same characteristics of successful students and community leaders.

"We struggle for basic family needs. Our limited budget has never afforded us the luxury of enrolling our son in structured sports program. As a result, he does not have the fundamental sports skills or game knowledge of most boys his age. This disparity has begun to have a negative impact on his self-esteem and self-confidence. He has loved every day of camp. Each drill, scrimmage and personal growth activity has increased his self-confidence. After the firs day at camp, the first thing he said to me is, 'I didnít know I could play basketball SO WELL.' Many coaches are able to embrace the most highly skilled player. I thank you because you made my son - certainly NOT the most highly skilled athlete - feel like a valuable team player." - Dawn R.

If you are unable to attend, but would like to support this great event by making a tax-deductible donation please visit our Coach's Gift Giving Campaign page.