HERD Alumni Foundation

 

ALL FOR ONE

The HERD Alumni Foundation is a group of like-minded current and former Mountain Lakes Football coaches and players who, through volunteerism and fundraising efforts, seek to preserve the long-standing tradition of excellence within the HERD Football program.

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Positively Impacting the Future of Mountain Lakes Football

The mission of the HERD Alumni Foundation is to support the Mountain Lakes Football program through our fundraising and community-building efforts. We aim to accomplish this by reuniting current and former players, coaches, and football families, via the web and social events, who share the same desire to see the HERD’s tradition of excellence continue for generations to come. The results of this support are tangible and can be seen with the additions of new weight room and practice equipment, uniforms, field lights, and scholarships; all of which were made possible through donations by alumni, family, and friends.

How will you make an impact?

DOUGLAS C. WILKINS MEMORIAL FUND

Make a donation in honor of the man who started it all. You choose your area of support: field upkeep, student-athlete scholarships, or our HERD Alumni General Fund.

WILKINS-ROCHE HERDSMAN SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded annually to the senior players who best exemplify the high standards of character instilled by Coaches Wilkins and Roche throughout decades of HERD Football.

THE BUFFALO CLUB

A new and exciting way to support the HERD Alumni Foundation, designed to give back to our supporters as a way of thanking you for believing in the spirit of the HERD.

ALUMNI WEEKEND & PIG ROAST

Homecoming weekend culminates with the largest Mountain Lakes Alumni event of the year, featuring food, music and alumni of all eras!

Our Impact In Numbers

In General Fund Donations

In Student Scholarships

In Equipment & Training

Our Partners & Sponsors

J.M. Rodgers Co., Inc. logo
Mountain Lakes Alumni Association logo
Terminus Agency logo
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