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In-kind grants to USA sports organizations to introduce youth between the ages of six and fourteen to a new sport. Successful applicants will receive a curriculum for coaches, equipment, and marketing materials in order to operate and promote the program. The purpose of the program is to attract new players to the sport of lacrosse.
TryLax is an exciting option for local programs to recruit new players into the sport and their organization. Through this grant, USA Lacrosse member organizations can introduce lacrosse to boys and girls, ages 6-14, for the first time, with the necessary resources to provide a safe and fun introductory experience.
TryLax clinics are a 90-minute, introductory lacrosse experience for kids who have never played before, but are thinking they might want to. The clinic features USA Lacrosse designed curriculum delivered by coaches from local lacrosse programs.
GrantWatch ID#: 198328
USA Lacrosse will provide the following resources to organizations receiving a TryLax Clinic Grant:
- Marketing materials (flyer & graphic for e-blast)
- TryLax curriculum and recorded webinar for the volunteer coaches
- Up to 100 sticks: 50 boys’ sticks & 50 girls’ sticks (models may vary)
- Up to 10 dozen soft-practice balls (for use during the clinic)
- Up to 100 Swax Lax Balls (for each participant to take home) (limited quantities, while supplies last)
- Walk-up registration form and waiver
- USA Lacrosse memberships (included post-event)
- Post event, USA Lacrosse will send the participants a follow-up email
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Contact form: https://www.usalacrosse.com/contact-us
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