Thank You

for supporting the SteelMike Shootout Presented by CHC: 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament


Consider supporting Michael Harris Fund at CHC to help CHC's comprehensive adolescent mental health services.

About the Event

Open to the public, this community event will feature food, tournament play and an educational program on adolescent mental health in our community. Those participating in the tournament must sign up their team prior to the event and be 14 years or older.
Learn more about the event.

Event Date: August 28, 2022
Tip-Off: 9:00 a.m.
Location: Menlo School

50 Valparaiso Ave, Atherton, CA 94027


8:30am: Player Registration
9:00am: Tip Off! 3-on-3 Basketball Games Begin
12:00pm: Food Trucks and Activities
1:00pm – 3:00pm: Experiential Resource Fair:
Exploring Adolescent Mental Health and Education
1:30pm – Kids’ Basketball Clinic (for ages 3-13)
3:00pm – 3:30pm: Trophy Presentation and Drawing

For more information about SteelMike Shootout Presented by CHC, please contact Lauren Sims by email or by phone 650.617.3808.

Honorary Committee

The Birkhofer Family, Sandy and Dick Boyce, Annie and Jim Barnett, Shawn and Brook Byers, Jackie and Mark Curtis, Laura and John Foster, Nanci and Gary Fredkin, Lulu and Larry Frye, Marcia and John Goldman, Michaela and Jay Hoag, Julie and Bill Hooper, Paula Hurd, Laurie Lacob, Anne and Ken Lawler, Lynda and John Marren, Betsy and Matt Matteson, Mindy and Jesse Rogers, Sally and Dr. Richard Slavin, Mary and Mark Stevens, Jennifer Bailey and John Zeisler

Game Rules

Half Court

About the Michael Harris Fund at CHC

In 2016, friends and family of Michael Harris created the SteelMike Shootout 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament to raise funds for Children’s Health Council. Michael Harris was passionate about helping everyone around him which led him to a career in adolescent psychology at Menlo School. The Michael Harris Fund at CHC continues Michael’s legacy by supporting adolescent mental health services at CHC. The mission of the Michael Harris Fund at CHC is to increase awareness, connect those in need to specialized help, remove stigma, and ultimately reduce teen depression and suicide in our local community.

Make a Gift to the Michael Harris Fund at CHC

Help support CHC's comprehensive adolescent mental health services and Michael's legacy.

About CHC

Children’s Health Council (CHC) is a local non-profit agency that has been providing comprehensive and integrated services for learning differences and mental health for nearly 70 years. We envision a world where every child, teen and young adult can reach their full promise and potential, regardless of language, location or ability to pay. Our program areas of excellence include ADHD, Learning Differences, Anxiety & Depression and Autism delivered through our two specialized schools, expert clinical services, robust parent education offerings, school and community partnerships and free online resources. Our goal is to remove barriers to learning and mental health, helping children, teens and young adults become resilient, happy and successful at home, at school and in life. No matter how big or how small your concern, contact us. We’ll get through it together, stronger on the other side. At CHC, we’re here for you. En CHC, estamos aqui para ti.