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Grants for Sports

Thu, Feb 16, 2017 @ 16:02 PM / by Michelle Hansen posted in athlete foundations, healthy youth, grant opportunity, youth fitness, grants, grants for athletics, youth sports, grants for youth sports, grants for youth recreation, youth recreation grants, youth grants, sports, youth sports grants, grants for youth, grants for sports, grant, athletics grants

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The Super Bowl champs have been crowned. Hockey and basketball teams are looking toward the playoffs. Pitchers and catchers have reported to spring training, which for some baseball fanatics may be bigger than that other holiday that occurred this week. We want to keep that momentum going and help out sports teams that may not get all the headlines. Below read about a few hand-selected grants for athletic teams of all sizes and types.

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Hit a Home Run with these Baseball Grants

Thu, Nov 10, 2016 @ 09:11 AM / by Michelle Hansen posted in nonprofit grants, non-profit, youth sports, grants for youth sports, youth grants, sports, youth sports grants, grants for youth, softball grants, grants for softball, World Series, baseball grants, grants for baseball, grants for sports, Chicago Cubs, World Series champs

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In our home state of Illinois, “Go Cubs Go” is being sung across the land. The Chicago Cubs have won the World Series for the first time since 1908. In honor of this historic accomplishment we have decided to highlight grants that can help get baseball fields and equipment to children across the country.

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Grants for Summer School, Camps

Thu, May 26, 2016 @ 10:05 AM / by Michelle Hansen posted in youth education, summer school grants, youth sports, grants for youth sports, youth recreation grants, youth grants, grants for summer school, camp grants, grants for summer camps, youth sports grants, summer camp grants, grants for camps

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Summer is almost here. Around the country teachers and students alike are counting down the days until the school bell rings on the last day of school. On the flip side, parents are wondering what they are going to do for three months with their children’s “freedom.” Schools, churches, and non-profit organizations host a wide variety of activities that can help entertain and care for children. These can range from educational classes to sports camps to programs that provide basic needs like meals. We have put together a list of just a few grants that could help fund these types of programs. Now is the perfect time to start applying for these grants to help next summer’s program.

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