Adonal Foyle on tour

We recently included a news item about NBA player Adonal Foyle and two others being inducted into World Sports Humanitarian Hall of Fame. Unlike other Halls of Fame, inductees can keep adding to their great body of work and Adonal is doing just that.

There are several meet-and-greets with Adonal and other NBA players set up for the beginning of the NBA season. The first takes place Oct. 30th when the Orlando Magic take on the New Jersey Nets. Details of the event are below. You can also learn more about Adonal’s foundation and his “tour” at

KLF Fundraiser at New Jersey Nets Opening Game vs. Orlando Magic

Enjoy the game while helping disadvantaged youths in the USA and Caribbean! Kerosene Lamp Foundation is offering a special NBA game experience, with discounted tickets and the opportunity to chat with NBA players!

Purchase your ticket to the New Jersey Nets season opening game against the Orlando Magic on Oct. 30th at 8pm through KLF and gain access to a post-game meet & greet with Orlando Magic Adonal Foyle and New Jersey Nets Courtney Lee. The players will be available to sign autographs, take photos, & chat with KLF attendees. Ask them what it was like to play in the NBA Finals, hear about life in the NBA, and find out about their KLF summer working with youths in the Caribbean. PLUS since the Nets are full of former Magic players, you never know who else might stop by to say hello!

A limited number of tickets are available, so please purchase them now to guarantee your place. Tickets are located in the arena’s lower level end zone and corner sections.

Tickets are just $80 (face value is $100) and available online at:
Tickets must be purchased through KLF by October 13.

**Buy 10 tickets and get 1 free plus a KLF t-shirt!**

About the Players:
KLF’s Founder Adonal Foyle has spent 12 years as an NBA center with the Golden State Warriors, Memphis Grizzlies and most recently as a part of the Orlando Magic team that advanced to the 2009 NBA finals, has taken a leadership role in empowering youth to take control of the future. In 2001, he founded the non-partisan Democracy Matters, which now has more than 70 chapters on college, university and high school campuses in 23 states. In 2005, he established the Kerosene Lamp Foundation with the goal of helping youth grow into healthy and well-educated adults. Foyle’s efforts have been recognized by former President Bill Clinton and the NBA. Adonal was selected eighth overall by the Golden State Warriors in the 1997 NBA Draft and graduated magna cum laude from Colgate University.

New Jersey Nets player Courtney Lee is now in his second year with the NBA after a breakout rookie year with the Orlando Magic that went all the way to the NBA Finals. A forward, Courtney graduated from Western Kentucky University. Courtney spent a couple of weeks this summer with KLF and Adonal in St. Vincent & the Grenadines working with the kids there on their basketball technique and teaching the importance of education and health.