Discover all the ways USA Lacrosse can offer support through the following grant offerings: Equipment Grants, Player Clinic Grants, and Financial Support.
Player Clinic Grants
TryLax is an exciting option for local programs to recruit new players into the sport and their organization. Through this clinic, 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. By following TryLax best practices, local organizations can introduce boys and girls (ages 6-14) to lacrosse for the first time through a safe and fun 90-minute introductory experience. TryLax clinics are delivered by USA Lacrosse certified coaches from the host team and neighboring organizations. This grant is available for qualifying USA Lacrosse Member Organizations. Click here to learn more.
Includes: Curriculum, Marketing Materials, Sticks, Balls
TryLax: Sankofa Series
USA Lacrosse offers free youth clinics for boys and girls ages 6-18 from underrepresented lacrosse communities. USA Lacrosse guides local organizations to plan and implement the clinic, while USAL clinicians provide hands-on instruction and mentorship. This clinic option is available for qualifying organizations and communities that serve youth of color. Click here to learn more.
Includes: Sticks, Pinnies, Complimentary/Discount Memberships, Clinicians, Coaches Training
National Diversity Grant Program
The USA Lacrosse National Diversity Grant Program (NDGP) provides funding to qualified organizations that initiate programs and projects that promote lacrosse participation and education. The NDGP is intended for community organizations or sports-based youth development organizations that provide direct services for underrepresented youth in lacrosse. Click here to learn more.
Urban Lacrosse Alliance
Through the Urban Lacrosse Alliance (ULA), USA Lacrosse supports self-sustaining youth organizations with education and resources as they provide playing opportunities in urban communities. Successful applicants must demonstrate financial need and provide lacrosse participation opportunities and life-skill enrichment for participants in urban or underrepresented communities. Click here to learn more.