In a heartwarming display of community service, the Santa Fe Christian football team came together to repaint a worn-out local neighborhood fence and serve local residents. With paint brushes in hand, these young athletes showcased their commitment to making a positive impact beyond the football field.

Guided by their belief in the power of teamwork and the importance of giving back, the SFC football players took on the project with enthusiasm. They demonstrated the same level of determination and camaraderie that they bring to the football field, using their skills to not only revitalize the fence but also give back to the community before the start of the school year. 

“In the SFC football program, we train our boys to be young men who serve their families, team and community in the same way that Jesus modeled serving for us,” said Carter Roberts, JV Head Coach. “In an effort to do this better, during “Hell Week,” we studied John 13, the story of Jesus washing his disciples’ feet.” 

The impact of the SFC football team’s efforts did not go unnoticed. Local residents, such as Dusty Carter from Molavista, expressed their admiration.

“We express immense gratitude to the students and administrators of Santa Fe Christian Schools for their generous volunteer contributions of time and resources, which have enhanced the aesthetics of Academy Drive through the painting of our neighborhood fence,” said Carter.

The SFC’s football team’s commitment to community service not only underscores their dedication to excellence on the field but also their commitment to creating a positive and lasting legacy within the broader community. 

Read here in the Del Mar Times.