Youth Sports Grants
Grants for youth sports and recreation
Are you interested in finding grants for youth sports or recreation programs? You've come to the right place! Scroll below to find a list of sports grants for soccer, baseball, softball, skateboarding, football, basketball, golf, tennis and swim teams as well as other youth recreation programs.
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Adidas Corporate Giving
NOTE: Applications are accepted and reviewed throughout the year in the order in which they are received.
Striving to be the best sports company in the world, with brands built on a passion for sport and a sporting lifestyle, adidas is a global organisation that is socially and environmentally responsible.
Our Community Affairs efforts drive social improvement activities to help the communities where we live and operate to reach the fullest potential while enhancing our reputation as a responsible brand. Our core belief is that Through Sport We Have The Power To Change Lives. It constitutes the foundation for our Corporate Giving.
Areas of Engagement
Our Corporate Giving will be provided selectively and focuses on the following areas of engagement:
- Sports within a social context.
- Kids and Youth.
- Preventive Health Projects (preferably sports-related).
- Relief efforts.
Adidas supports projects which show sustainable benefits to the communities where we live and operate.
Consideration is given to organisations which complement our corporate philosophy and core belief. They need to hold a recognised reputation for integrity in program implementation, financial management and project effectiveness. They also need to act in accordance with adidas Code of Conduct and comply with the adidas Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy.
Forms of Corporate Giving
Serving the different needs of requesting organisations and projects, Corporate Giving at adidas can take the form of:
- Cash donations.
- Donations in kind.
- Corporate Volunteering.
To meet our requirement on executional excellence and to reflect our passion in Corporate Giving, we strive to cater for specified projects rather than to invest money in the administrative machinery of an organisation.
Henry T. Nicholas III Foundation - Nationwide Grants
Henry T. Nicholas III Foundation
About the Henry T. Nicholas, III Foundation
The Foundation has been at the forefront nationally in supporting victims' rights, reflecting Dr. Nicholas' longstanding commitment to victims of violent crime. He has been a leader of the victims' rights movement since 1983, when his sister, Marsy, was murdered. He helped his parents found Justice for Homicide Victims, a leading non-profit organization that supports families of murder victims. Dr. Nicholas led the effort in 2008 to pass Marsy's Law, a state constitutional amendment that created a comprehensive Victims' Bill of Rights for California. Following this campaign, he formed Marsy's Law for All, an organization dedicated to enforcing the constitutional amendment, empowering victims' rights organizations, and creating a national movement to pass a victims' Bill of Rights as the 28th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Through Marsy's Law for All, the Foundation provides legal, technical, media and other resources to support victims' rights organizations and initiatives.
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The Henry T. Nicholas, III Foundation was created in 2006 with the vision of enabling and assisting communities and individuals to reach their highest potential. The Foundation is dedicated to improving lives through investment in Education, Youth Sports, Technology, Science, Medical Research, Victim's Rights, and National Defense.
Since its inception, the Foundation has provided more than $2.7 million to numerous public charities and non-profit organizations engaged in helping people build better lives for themselves and their neighbors.
The theme that unites the Foundation's various efforts into a single mission is investing in people and their futures:
- Grants are provided to help young people build strong educational and athletic foundations that will lead to healthy, productive and successful lives as adults.
- Advancement in science, technology and medicine is supported because these fields are the key to future health and prosperity for people and communities.
- Aid and support is provided to help violent crime victims and their families, and to assist the heroes who defend our nation and their families, because without safety and security there is no future.
Snee-Reinhardt Charitable Foundation Grant
Snee-Reinhardt Charitable Foundation
The Snee-Reinhardt Charitable Foundation is a family foundation based on the philanthropic principals and traditions that began with William Snee and his wife Katherine Reinhardt-Snee several decades ago.
Their contributions supported the continued development of humanitarian programs, food and clothing for disaster relief, growth of the fine arts, advancement in medical research and innovation in educational programming. Even though the Snee-Reinhardt Charitable Foundation encompasses many broad areas of concern, or categories, there is no one area deemed more important than the next. Nevertheless, the Foundation has found it beneficial underwriting grants that are tangible in nature or serve a higher number of individuals within the community and surrounding areas. The Foundation continually aids organizations that are endlessly striving to serve the community in various ways such as improving social conditions, expanding education, and working to better the environment.
The Snee-Reinhardt Charitable Foundation’s Board of Directors has designated several areas of concern comprised of specific intentions.
- Arts/Culture: Performing arts, humanities, media and communications, multipurpose museums, public broadcasting, and historical preservations.
- Education: Promotional programs for elementary, secondary and vocational systems, colleges/universities, graduate programs, adult and multipurpose libraries.
- Environmental: Support of natural resources, beautification programs, pollution control, environmental education, and horticultural/botanical programs.
- Health/Medical: Rural health care, crisis intervention, special programs in health centers, and prevention/treatment of specific diseases.
- Human Services: Youth development and recreation, disaster relief, employment training/ placement, multipurpose agencies, and abuse prevention.
- Religion: The theological education and ecumenical programs as well as the mission of many churches, synagogues, and religious charities.
- Miscellaneous: Because every grant cannot be included into a category, the Snee-Reinhardt Charitable Foundation permits grants for animal welfare, community development, sports, camps, fire and police departments and economic development as miscellaneous grants.
The Jandy Ammons Foundation Grant
The Jandy Ammons Foundation
Andy has spent a lifetime developing and building sustainable communities. He has expertise in regulatory guidelines, leveraging money, and visionary leadership. His integrity and work ethic have produced communities that continue to thrive on their own beyond his personal or business involvement, both economically and aesthetically. His patience and appreciation for nature come from years of working with recreational athletic teams and hunting in remote areas.
Jan has spent a lifetime in community service with a focus on responsible, fiducially sound leadership practices. Her consensus-building leadership style has developed through involvement in educational cultural arts initiatives, public park and environmental endeavors, and church leadership. Her creative vision coupled with her ability to appreciate and empower volunteers has helped reshape the groups and organizations she has been a part of.
Together, Andy and Jan have raised three children in the Wake County Public School System, always conscious of building community through consistent involvement in Parent-Teacher Associations, church, youth sports leagues, the local business community, and civic organizations. They are North Carolina natives with a global perspective drawn from extensive travel, both nationally and internationally.
Jandy is based on the biblical foundation where two come together to make one. The name is a visual representation of how they have partnered their life for their children and how they would like to partner with groups in the future. They believe in hard work, personal responsibility, integrity to the project and process, avoiding missed opportunities, and doing their absolute best with the resources they’ve been given.
They’ve now created a family Foundation, blending their talents together, to build a Foundation that inspires emulation based on the best of Jandy – Andy’s vision to leave lasting community assets and Jan’s creativity in bringing volunteers together. They intend to provide resources for like-minded Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3) public charities that will share in their mission and help further creative visionary volunteer groups with their capital projects.
The Jandy Ammons Foundation Grant
Mission and Focus
Jan and Andy Ammons established The Jandy Ammons Foundation in November 2012. The foundation’s mission is to improve local communities through innovative, project-driven endeavors that will enhance wildlife habitats, park settings, educational surroundings, artistic installations, or Christian church mission projects.
MONAT Gratitude Grants Program
Monat Gratitude Agency
Join MONAT Gratitude’s effort to invest in important educational resources that support the arts, music, entrepreneurship, and athletics in our communities around the world. Together, we’re changing lives! We believe in strengthening and investing in the nonprofits that are already part of our Market Partners’ lives and communities.
Gratitude Grants Program
MONAT Gratitude is committed to ensuring children, families, and communities—regardless of race, nationality, or income—have the opportunity to thrive. Through MONAT Gratitude Grants, eligible registered nonprofit organizations working to enhance and enrich educational resources in the areas targeted by our pledge will have the opportunity to apply for grants to support their programs and services. Areas of interest are: arts and culture, youth sports and recreation, and youth entrepreneurship
- ARTS AND CULTURE
- Support music and arts education programs for children in grades K–12.
- YOUTH SPORTS AND RECREATION
- Support youth sports programs in grades K–12 that inspire engagement and positively impact children in underserved communities.
- YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP
- Support programs focused on providing opportunities for youth to explore entrepreneurship opportunities in K–12 after-school program
MONAT Gratitude provides single-year financial support grants ranging from $5,000 USD up to 20,000 USD per grantee.
Grants are reviewed three times a year; dates are subject to change and will be announced via email, website updates, and social media.
Herbert E. Parker Charitable Trust Grants
Herbert E. Parker Charitable Trust
Herbert Parker was a lifelong resident of Denver, Colorado who worked as a tile contractor in the construction industry. The Herbert E. Parker Charitable Trust was established in 1982, pursuant to the terms of his Last Will and Testament, to fulfill his desire to further cancer research and to improve the lives of underprivileged children and children with special needs.
To carry out the donor’s stated preferences to support cancer research, the care and education of children with intellectual disabilities, and sporting programs for youth, particularly underprivileged children.
There are no program limitations; however, in accordance with the donor’s stated preferences, the foundation has a practice of primarily supporting cancer research, the care and education of children with intellectual disabilities, and sporting programs for youth, particularly underprivileged children. The trust has a practice of primarily supporting organizations that operate in Denver, Colorado due to the donor’s ties to this area.
- Human services