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Grants And Funding Opportunities

Grants And Funding Opportunities

In our ongoing effort to make youth sports “more affordable” MomsTeam will add to this list as new opportunities present themselves. We will also make announcements to Twitter and Facebook pages so be sure to Like and Follow us there too. If you would like to add to the list please send an email to: info@momsteam.com


SNY PLAY BALL! presented by Citi is a program to support youth baseball and softball leagues/divisions (players ages 6-12 only) in communities in the New York metropolitan area, including New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania (Pike County) and Long Island 

Major League Baseball Foundation

The Major League Baseball Foundation supports many organizations through its Baseball Tomorrow Fund and through its Rookie League. The Baseball Tomorrow Fund is a joint initiative between Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association. The mission of the Baseball Tomorrow Fund is to promote and enhance the growth of baseball in the United States, Canada and throughout the world by funding programs, fields and equipment purchases to encourage and maintain youth participation in the game. 

Amelia Peabody Foundation

The primary mission of the Amelia Peabody Foundation is to increase the number, range and depth of positive learning experiences available to materially disadvantaged youth living in the cities and towns of Massachusetts.


Grants To Build Skateboard Parks

The primary mission of the Tony Hawk Foundation is to promote high quality, public skate parks in low-income areas throughout the United States. Not every area can afford to build big, expensive skateparks, the foundation feels strongly that public skateparks should be designed and constructed by experienced contractors. They also believe that local officials should treat public skateparks the same way they treat public basketball courts or tennis courts, meaning that anyone may show up and use them anytime, unsupervised.

Got Milk Campaign

Compete for a chance to join Team Refuel:

 The top athletes of Team Refuel know refueling with lowfat chocolate milk is one of the best ways to rehydrate, replenish and rebuild their bodies after a tough workout.

Easton Foundations

The Easton Foundations are honored to announce that over the last year it has funded over$4.8 million in grants and programs. The Foundations funding supports archery, youth baseball,softball and cycling, as well as education and medical research.

Do Something Seed Grant

Are you working to start a community action project or program? Do you need money to put your ideas into action? If you answered, "YES!", you are eligible to apply for a Do Something Seed Grant. We give out a $500 Do Something Seed Grant every week to help young people just like YOU! These grants can be used towards project ideas and programs that are just getting started, or to jump-start your program and realize your ideas for the first time.

These grants can also be used towards projects that are already developed and sustainable, towards the next steps of your project and organization to help you as you look to expand your project and grow your impact.

Finish Line Youth Foundation

Finish Line Youth Foundation focuses funding on organizations that provide opportunities for youth participation in the following areas:
  • Youth athletic programs - Community-based programs addressing active lifestyle and team building skills.
  • Camps - Established camps with an emphasis on sports and active lifestyle, especially programs serving disadvantaged and special needs kids.

Good Sports (Equipment Grants)

Good Sports is a non-profit whose mission is to increase youth participation in sports, recreation and fitness activities. Good Sports provides sports equipment, apparel, and footwear to youth organizations offering sports, fitness and recreational programs to youth in need. Please read the following carefully prior to applying for equipment grant to better understand our criteria and our process.
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