MLLF Events

Bringing Help, Hope, Inspiration and Joy to Children One Assist at a Time!

As The Meadowlark Lemon Legacy Foundation carries on Meadowlark’s Mission of Service, Message of Encouragement and Legacy of Joy we will provide announcements and updates on upcoming Basketball Court Dedications, Camp Meadowlark Basketball Camps, Charity Events and other special initiatives the Foundation is undertaking,   We will also provide you information on past events.

Should you like to be included on our mailing list, please contact Sheree@MeadowlarkLLF.org

Honoring Meadowlark

MEADOWLARK CONTINUES TO BE HONORED BY ORGANIZATIONS FOR HIS ABUNDANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO MAKING THIS WORLD A BETTER PLACE,
AND BRINGING JOY TO PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD.

MEADOWLARK CELEBRATION OF LIFE - APRIL 25, 2016

The first Meadowlark Lemon Legacy Foundation Basketball Court was donated and dedicated on April 25, 2016 by Celebrity Fight Night Foundation and St. Vincent de Paul on what would have been Meadowlark’s 84th birthday.  The Celebration of Life took place at St. Vincent de Paul Homeless Shelter in Phoenix, AZ where Meadowlark often spoke giving messages of hope to the Homeless encouraging them to “Never Give Up.”  Joining in the Celebration were members of the Basketball Hall of Fame, Harlem Globetrotters, Baseball Hall of Fame and sports world.  Among the many celebrity guests who came out to honor and remember Meadowlark were Lenny Wilkens, Tony LaRussa, Fergie Jenkins, Ann Meyers Drysdale, Devin Booker, Al McCoy, Nick Lowrey, Dr. Jerry Savelle, Kevin Sizemore, Gunnar Sizemore,  Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, Brett Meister, the Harlem Globetrotters and more.

Celebration of Life Photos

Photos by Phil Gudenschwager, Gudenschwager Photography

Meadowlark Celebration of Life - April 25, 2016

The first Meadowlark Lemon Legacy Foundation Basketball Court was donated and dedicated on April 25, 2016 by Celebrity Fight Night Foundation and St. Vincent de Paul on what would have been Meadowlark’s 84th birthday.  The Celebration of Life took place at St. Vincent de Paul Homeless Shelter in Phoenix, AZ where Meadowlark often spoke giving messages of hope to the Homeless encouraging them to “Never Give Up.”  Joining in the Celebration were members of the Basketball Hall of Fame, Harlem Globetrotters, Baseball Hall of Fame and sports world.  Among the many celebrity guests who came out to honor and remember Meadowlark were Lenny Wilkens, Tony LaRussa, Fergie Jenkins, Ann Meyers Drysdale, Devin Booker, Al McCoy, Nick Lowrey, Dr. Jerry Savelle, Kevin Sizemore, Gunnar Sizemore,  Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, Brett Meister, the Harlem Globetrotters and more.

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