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Premier Lacrosse League Announces Season-long Effort to Support the “Every Child Matters” Campaign

By PLL | May 19, 2022

LOS ANGELES, CA (May 19, 2022) - The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) powered by Ticketmaster has announced a season-long effort to support the “Every Child Matters” campaign, raising awareness and resources for the Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition (NABSHC).

“Every child STILL matters. Every child that was a victim still matters. Every child that is healing still matters,” said Cannons LC attackman Lyle Thompson. “Continued support is as important this year as it was last year. There are still families, communities, and whole nations that suffer as a result of residential/boarding schools. The wounds still ache, and there is still healing to be done. But healing takes time, commitment, and in this case commitment to support.”

Players will wear “Every Child Matters” shooting shirts provided by Champion during warmups on Opening Weekend. Players will also be provided with orange helmet straps to wear throughout the 2022 season.

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The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) powered by Ticketmaster is a men’s professional lacrosse league in North America, composed of 8 teams rostered by the best players in the world. Co-founded by lacrosse superstar, philanthropist, and investor Paul Rabil and his brother, serial entrepreneur and investor, Mike Rabil, the Premier Lacrosse League is backed by an investment group composed of Joe Tsai Sports, Brett Jefferson Holdings, The Raine Group, Creative Artists Agency (CAA), Chernin Group, Blum Capital, The Kraft Group, Arctos Sports Partners, and other top investors in sports and media. The PLL is distributed through an exclusive media rights agreement with ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN+. The PLL was recognized by Front Office Sports’ 2021 Best Employers in Sports. For more information, visit and follow on social media: Instagram (@PLL), Twitter (@PremierLacrosse), Facebook (@PremierLacrosseLeague), YouTube ( and TikTok (@pll).


The National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition (NABS) was incorporated as a 501(c)3 nonprofit in June 2012 under the laws of the Navajo Nation.

We were formed after a national symposium in 2011. Leaders from the U.S. and Canada came together to discuss the Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the need for such a process in the U.S.

NABS was created to develop and implement a national strategy that increases public awareness and cultivates healing for the profound trauma experienced by individuals, families, communities, American Indian and Alaska Native Nations resulting from the U.S. adoption and implementation of the Boarding School Policy of 1869.

NABS was fiscally sponsored by the Native American Rights Fund (NARF) until it became financially independent in 2015.