Women's Basketball: #Chillin4Charity
Members of the Georgia Tech women's basketball team participated in the #Chillin4Charity Challenge
July 2, 2014
THE FLATS - Members of the Georgia Tech women's basketball team have been getting Chillin 4 Charity this summer. Assistant coaches Deja Foster, M.L. Willis and Michael Wholey, director of basketball operations Catherine Greene and rising sophomore Kaela Davis all participated in the #Chillin4Charity challenge to raise money for the Kay Yow Foundation.
The #Chillin4Charity campaign is a social media cold water challenge that started at the University of Arizona and has spread around the country. A coach or student-athlete calls out another coach or student-athlete on social media to get soaked and "Chill for Charity". The rules for the challenge can be found at the bottom of the article.
Watch the videos of the Yellow Jackets getting soaked below:
M.L. Willis and Deja Foster
-Any coach that doesn't answer the challenge, owes the Kay Yow Foundation $250
-for each coach that answers the challenge, the original challenger will owe the Kay Yow Foundation $50
-Any coach that does not answer the challenge will owe the Kay Yow Foundation $100
-For each coach that answers the challenge, each assistant will owe the Kay Yow Foundation $25
-Any player that does not answer the challenge will owe five hours of community service
-For each player that does answer the challenge, each player will owe two hours of community service