Klutch Sports Group Launches Clarke Family Fund & TClarke5 Foundation

The Clarke family continues to mourn the loss of their beloved son Terrence and is committed to honoring his memory.

Terrence was a son, brother, friend to many, passionate athlete and generous spirit who touched the lives of everyone he encountered.

With that legacy in mind, today Klutch Sports Group is launching the Clarke Family Fund and the TClarke5 Foundation.

 

 

A fund directly benefiting the Clarke family as they navigate this unfathomable loss, gifts to the Clarke Family Fund can be given at tclarke5.com.

Inspired by Terrence’s creativity and love of fashion, top brands including Terrence’s favorites Chinatown Market, Rhude and SP5DER, are joining Klutch Sports in creating custom items with all proceeds from sales going to the Clarke Family Fund.

Each item features a “TC” logo and is available for pre-order and purchase today at tclarke5.com. Follow @klutch.shop for more information. @chinatownmarket @rhude @spiderworldwide

“We are heartbroken but committed to doing everything we can to support Terrence’s family as they find their way through this time of grief. Terrence’s love of style and fashion lit up every room and we’re grateful to these brands for their support.” Rich Paul, CEO and Founder Klutch Sports Group

In addition to the fund, Klutch Sports has partnered with The Giving Back Fund to help the Clarke family establish the TClarke5 Foundation, a 501c3 that will honor and build upon Terrence’s legacy of using sports to positively impact youth and communities most in need. Visit Tclarke5.org to learn more.

 

“Terrence changed so many people’s lives, and his family hopes the TClarke5 Foundation will build upon his legacy of service to others.” – Fara Leff, COO Klutch Sports Group

JR Gamble joined The Shadow League in 2012. The General Manager of Content & Social Media is in his 25th year of covering sports and culture professionally. He has covered a wide variety of major sports and entertainment topics across different mediums, including radio, newspapers, magazines and national TV. His passion is baseball, the culturing of baseball and preserving and documenting the historically-impactful accomplishments and contributions of African-Americans in baseball.