In honor of the culmination of the entire class’s junior squash journey.
In support of US Squash junior development programs.
Thousands of junior squash players of all levels across the country compete and enjoy squash as a regular part of their lives. Each year, hundreds graduate from junior squash while retaining the values practiced in the sport, the close and enduring friendships they have formed, and with an enduring love for squash as a lifelong sport.
This Class Gift initiative seeks to establish the precedent for graduating classes to come together in celebration of the entire class’s achievements, on and off the court, and in support of US Squash’s junior development programs.
To allow inclusion of as many graduating seniors as possible, all contributors to this initiative, regardless of amount, will be recognized with their graduate’s name on their class plaque displayed within the Arlen Specter US Squash Center.
To celebrate the Class of 2022, US Squash featured reflections from graduating seniors on their junior squash careers. Read the installment here.
Why Give to the Senior Class Gift Initiative?
- Honor your graduate with their name on the annual plaque displayed on the Class Gift exhibit within the Arlen Specter US Squash Center
- Show appreciation for the opportunities, relationships, and experiences that junior squash has provided
- Support the staff for their commitment to the quality of the junior squash experience through tournaments, assisting clubs and pros with their planning, and optimizing the sport’s technology and online tools
- Inspire and help pave the way for younger players and expand the reach of squash
How to Donate
In addition, checks may be made out to US Squash, with memo “Class of 2023” and mailed to US Squash, P.O. Box 38610, Philadelphia, PA 19104.
If you would prefer to make a gift via securities, wire, or have any questions, please contact email@example.com or call 215-596-0257.
To celebrate the Class of 2022, US Squash is featuring reflections from graduating seniors on their junior squash careers. Read the first installment here.
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