501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization
Since 2011, MADLINEMAN has had the opportunity to mentor and work with many at-risk youth (ages 7-18) from the state of Texas to Alabama. MADLINEMAN utilizes the proven benefits from sports-performance training to educate at-risk youth on the importance of character development, leadership skills, health/fitness, and most importantly; scholastic goal-setting and achievement.
MADLINEMAN believes whole-heartedly that the access to sports and athletics improves outcomes for at-risk youth. As we utilize the platform of sports and athletics, we stress to our youth that there is much more than just winning the game. Our program connects the experiences on the field to bigger life lessons. The nine core values that the MADLINEMAN program espouses with its sports-performance training are: integrity, sportsmanship, respect, confidence, responsibility, perseverance, courtesy, and judgement. These are the things that last beyond the game.
MADLINEMAN CAMPS/EVENT DATES
“Thank you so much for taking the time to travel back to Montgomery and bringing so much joy to our kids in the SEYFL. I truly heard nothing but positive feedback from our parents, coaches, and kids that participated in the camp. They truly learned a great deal from your camp. We look forward to the next one.” Mandy Mann-President SEYFL
"The foundations for building boys into young men are so essential to our society. With great people like Fred Weary that are willing to give countless hours of their precious time to encourage students and helping young people succeed, our future is getting better every day!" Mike Bass-District Athletic Director
“Fred has extreme dedication to the game, peers, and most importantly to the kids involved. The knowledge he has, is secondary to how he transcends this knowledge. He does an outstanding job, getting the most out of the players, teaching the players, and educating others as well. David Jones-Junior High Head Coach
"He motivates and inspires youth to be successful in every aspect of their lives from the football field to the classroom through hard work, dedication and prayer." Kenneth Williams-Youth Parent