Playing sports is fun, but can be cost prohibitive. The MSA Foundation has been set up to help youth athletes in grades K-12 play organized sports if they can’t afford it. We’re working to open up doors for children who are interested in:
Kids can have plenty of fun and learn valuable lessons by playing backyard sports, but there’s more they can learn from being a part of an organized sport. In addition to simply playing the game, children will understand:
1. How to follow rules and instructions | 2. The keys to sportsmanship | 3. The basics of discipline | 4. The foundations of self-confidence | 5. The motivation for making healthy choices
There are also social skills that are developed when you’re part of a team and need to communicate on the field or court. The MSA Foundation is working to make sure every athlete has an opportunity to learn these basic skills. Support young athletes today by making a donation.
The primary focus for which MSA Foundation was created is to provide financial resources that facilitate participation by under-privileged youth in sport. Contact the MSA Foundation today to learn more about our organization.