Kids learn squash and much more

GIVING BACK: Rodney Galvao, left, program director of SquashBusters Providence, and Vania Pereira, center, alumna and volunteer, gather with SquashBusters players during the Urban Individual Nationals competition at Williams College in Williamstown, Mass., in June.
 / COURTESY SQUASHBUSTERS PROVIDENCE
GIVING BACK: Rodney Galvao, left, program director of SquashBusters Providence, and Vania Pereira, center, alumna and volunteer, gather with SquashBusters players during the Urban Individual Nationals competition at Williams College in Williamstown, Mass., in June.
 / COURTESY SQUASHBUSTERS PROVIDENCE
SquashBusters is a nonprofit that connects youths with low incomes with squash, academic support and college preparation. Founded in Boston in 1996 by Greg Zaff, SquashBusters was the first organization under the Squash + Education Alliance that now serves urban students in 23 cities worldwide. In December 2017, SquashBusters Providence opened its doors to 28…

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