Community Charity

The FISLL Project (TFP) is a social impact brand providing leadership training, legacy development and consumer products. FISLL exists to engage, equip and inspire people to Live Better, Perform Better, and Lead Better.

Created by two-time NBA All-Star, Olympic Gold Medalist and Philanthropist Allan Houston, FISLL actuates five essential values of Faith, Integrity, Sacrifice, Leadership, & Legacy as language to promote healthy mind, body and spirit. The FISLL brand is comprised of three distinct organizations and corporations that are intended to bring the FISLL Fundamentals to life.

FISLL's media channels consist of a digital learning platform, publications, podcasts, virtual events and the FISLL mobile app to engage and empower its users.

FISLL’s merchandising division is led by FISLL NBA, an official licensing partnership with the NBA producing premium apparel manufactured in Africa. FISLL looks to expand its merchandising portfolio in order to empower and inspire all people to develop a winning mentality and consider the significance of their personal legacy. 

The Allan Houston Legacy Foundation (AHLF) is a multi-dimensional organization created to work with any individual, program, business, or institution that serves the community. AHLF manages The FISLL Project (TFP) which serves as its signature social impact arm. The FISLL Project focuses on Youth Voice and Leadership cultivation, combining the model of leadership teaching and restorative behavioral science with mentorship, character development, media content, events, and programming. Its mission is to empower youth from the inside out, helping them to become more self-aware, resilient, and capable of leading and positively impacting their culture. The initiative has now evolved into a model for mentorship, leadership, coaching, and discipleship being used globally.

Carly Litt ’21 commented on the excitement of having her nomination recognized and supported by the Suffield Academy community: “I would like to thank everyone who voted for The FISLL Project! I am eager to work with everyone here at Suffield to raise money for FISLL. If you haven’t seen the video about The FISLL Project and Suffield Academy, you may watch it here." 


2019-2020 Community Charity Telethon


Suffield Academy Community Charity Videos

Past Community Charities
 

Hands for Hunger Working to reduce unnecessary hunger and food waste [2019-2020]
TeamBrent  Spread awareness of Neuroblastoma PSA [2018-2019]
Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy  A fight to end Duchenne [2017-2018]
Akshaya Patra  Unlimited food for education in India [2016-2017] 
Circle of Care  Supporting families of children with cancer [2015-2016] 
Spouts of Water  Water filters in Uganda [2014-2015] 
Hearts of the Father Outreach  Homes for orphan refugees in Ghana, West Africa, Tamil Nadu, Southern India and the United States [2013-2014] 
Charity Water  Clean water to developing countries [2012-2013] 
Autism Speaks  Sponsoring Autism research [2011-2012] 
The Petit Family Foundation  Education, chronic illness, and violence [2010-2011] 
Camp Sunshine  A retreat for children with life-threatening illnesses [2009-2010] 
HARC, Inc.  Quality, inclusion, and dignity for the intellectually disabled [2008-2009] 
Jambo Tanzania  A sustainable healthcare focused center in the Kagera Region of Tanzania, that provides quality patient-focused affordable care [2007-2008] 
Interval House  Preventing the cycle of domestic violence [2006-2007] 
The Jimmy Fund  Supporting adult and pediatric cancer care and research [2005-2006] 

 

Health & Wellness

The physical and mental health of our students is our highest priority at Suffield Academy. Resources are always open and accessible.
The Counseling Center
The Health Center