It's a family style house filled with over 300 boys, boys who ran into some trouble with the law with hopes of becoming a better person.
"We also rehabilitated our youth who may have gotten into some trouble with the law - the department of juvenile services and we put them in an environment that's healthy," says Courtney Wiggins, chief executive officer of The Oak Hill House.
They were seen at the Nike store at the Hagerstown Premium Outlets to do some more good.
"What we're trying to do is raise money for renovations, our programs and also promote a pro-social activity in the community to bring a really high level of basketball," adds Wiggins.
The house went through struggles but is now owned and operated.
They promoted their upcoming basketball tournament to raise awareness.
"Well, we want to raise awareness; we want to get these Hoopin' For Hope bands on everybody's wrists;we want to recruit teams, sponsors, volunteers," adds Wiggins.
Their goal was to raise $25,000, challenging their youth and their community.
The Hoopin' for Hoops Basketball Tournament will be held March 16th to the 17th.