Sabrina-Mone Lamontagne – Sabrina-Mone Lamontagne is the Operations and Finance Manager at the African American Community Service Agency (AACSA) in San Jose. Since 1978, the AACSA has been a leading community organization in supporting the South Bay’s most vulnerable populations, especially now more than ever due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Sabrina has contributed extensively to Pledge 74, where she and the AACSA have hosted Quakes supporters for numerous monthly volunteer sessions with their CARES Program and collaboration with the Quakes Foundation Black Lives Matter Scarf fundraiser earlier this year.
You’re officially a Quakes Devotion Scarf recipient! Explain what it means to you to get this honor?
This is such an unexpected and amazing honor. I'm very humbled to receive the Quakes Devotion Scarf. This year, I've been able to learn more about the Quakes Foundation and how much they support our community. I'm thankful that I've been able to partner with them and am looking forward to more partnership opportunities.
.@SJAACSA making a difference in the South Bay community.— San Jose Earthquakes (@SJEarthquakes) July 22, 2020
The Quakes Foundation is proud to work alongside the The African American Community Service Agency to provide families with food, toiletries, hygiene products, diapers, wipes, and formula. pic.twitter.com/yxMJWVizee
Talk to us about your Quakes fandom. How long have you been cheering on the black & blue? What is your most memorable moment?
I attended my first Quakes game about three years ago after I moved back to San Jose. I have enjoyed attending the games with AACSA staff and the families we serve. My most memorable moment would have to be the first game I attended - it was Decision Day 2017 and we won! It was exciting being in the crowd and experiencing it.
Who is your favorite Quakes player and why?
I don't currently have a favorite Quakes player. I enjoy watching the team and cheering them all on!
What would be your message to Quakes fans out there?
To all the Quakes fans, keep cheering them on! They give so much back to the community - lets continue to keep supporting them!