2018 Woman of the Year: Celebrating Women in Sports with Candess Correll

Candess Correll was born and raised in Prince George’s County, Maryland where she has made a name for herself as a dancer, scholar, and an inspirational woman in our community. She graduated from the University of Maryland (College Park), where she was a student athlete. Candess managed to study Computer Science and takeover on theContinue reading “2018 Woman of the Year: Celebrating Women in Sports with Candess Correll”


MLK Day of Service!

  Every year, thousands of organizations around the world come together for a national day of service in honor of one of the most influential civil rights leaders and advocates for equality in America – Martin Luther King, Jr.  Hoops & High Heels Incorporated is joining the Potomac Conservancy volunteer initiative to help clean upContinue reading “MLK Day of Service!”

GO PINK! Breast Cancer Awareness

This year, Hoops & High Heels Incorporated desires to make an impact in the fight against breast cancer in a different way. We’re taking the first step towards a world without breast cancer by raising funds to stop this disease that affects 1 in 8 women during their lifetime. As the world’s largest and mostContinue reading “GO PINK! Breast Cancer Awareness”

College Bound: The HBCU Experience

In Summer 2016, Hoops & High Heels Incorporated had the pleasure of working with HBCU Pride Nation and various HBCU college graduates in the D.C. Metropolitan area to help raise college awareness in the local community.   We were able to speak to a variety of AAU basketball teams about the importance of attending anContinue reading “College Bound: The HBCU Experience”

Queen City CHARM Joins the WABA

June 18, 2017 We are excited to announce that Hoops & High Heels Inc. will be collaborating with the Women’s American Basketball Association (WABA) to bring the Queen City Charm Pro Basketball Team to Charlotte, North Carolina.  The WABA will be kicking off its inaugural season this August, and Queen City Charm will be joiningContinue reading “Queen City CHARM Joins the WABA”

Class of 2017: The Hoops & High Heels Experience

June 10, 2017 Well, if you haven’t noticed already, it’s Grad Season!  This Spring, billions of boys and girls crossed the stage for the first time as they graduate from Kindergarten.  Millions of teenagers leap towards their next chapter as they graduate from High School; while the future leaders of our next generation earn theirContinue reading “Class of 2017: The Hoops & High Heels Experience”

Community Service Saturdays

Hoops & High Heels is committed to helping students find more volunteer opportunities to earn service hours for high school, and to help small businesses in the local community.  Every weekend.. we are looking for students who want to get more involved in community outreach!  In August, our organization will be collaborating with another non-profit inContinue reading “Community Service Saturdays”

Healthy Hearts Fitness Campaign

February 14, 2017 WORKOUT WITH US for FREE! In the spirit of Black History Month, Black Love, and Black Girl Magic.. Hoops & High Heels Incorporated is encouraging YOU to sign-up for our Healthy Hearts fitness boot camp on Saturday, February 11th. Nearly 44% of African American men and 48% of African-American women have some form of cardiovascular diseaseContinue reading “Healthy Hearts Fitness Campaign”

The 2017 Legacy Ball: Celebrating Women in Sports

January 30, 2017 We enjoyed a special Ladies’ Night in Sports this year! Our inaugural charity ball took place this January, and it was a blast. From the Washington Redskinettes Cheerleaders to WKYS 93.9’s DJ Freeez – We had a great time! The Hoops & High Heels Team is proud to begin planning for our 2ndContinue reading “The 2017 Legacy Ball: Celebrating Women in Sports”

Breast Cancer Awareness Charity Basketball Showcase

October 1, 2016 Hoops and High Heels Inc. held its inaugural Breast Cancer Awareness Charity Basketball Showcase. The event was held at Grace Brethren Christian School in Clinton, Maryland; and a special appearance was made by WNBA forward Tianna Hawkins of the Washington Mystics. The participants in the event were as follows: The Grace BrethrenContinue reading “Breast Cancer Awareness Charity Basketball Showcase”