Support the growth of Women’s Squash!
US Squash supports women’s play in a variety of ways including hosting Women’s Squash Week each September with 400 women participating in 40 cities in 2016, and the Women’s Team Championship (Howe Cup) each fall.
The Women’s Fund provides financial support to aid the growth of women’s squash initiatives, turning them into strong and sustainable programs through the Women’s Fund Grant program. The grant program targets development of new program formats and the development of women’s squash in new geographic areas, with the ultimate goal of creating self-supporting programs that continually expose the game to new women players in addition to supporting and marketing to the existing player base.
Apply for a Grant here
Leadership Giving Levels
Fan Club $1,000 | Players Club $2,500 | Coaches Club $5,000 | Champions Club $10,000 | Presidents Club $25,000 | Founders Club $50,000
Thank you for considering supporting this important initiative to continue expanding the reach of squash in the US. For those donors who prefer to mail or fax in a donation, please use this form. If you have any questions about giving to the Women’s Fund, please call our Department of Institutional Advancement at 646.507.5241 or email email@example.com.
|Cleveland Racket Club
||The program would consists of four 1 hour lessons over the course of a month hosted in the evenings or weekend as well as a women’s squash social event.
||Not a new ares for squash, but a new program.
A 6 week clinic running 1.5 hour per session for women utilizing interactive squash. Participants are allowed to bring a friend during the last session. Ideally targeting new players in the Greenwich, Stamford, Rye, West Chester community.
|LifeTime, Boca Raton
||New program, Run sessions for students at FAU and Lynn University with support from Lifetime female players that will culminate in unofficial team matches between the two schools. After the matches weekly women’s sessions will be available
||New program in emerging area
A 4 week program with 2 classes a week for women of all ages that are available weekday mornings. The class would be an introduction to squash or a refresher for previous players
|Scenic City Squash
||To start two new girls high school programs and add to the existing mixed middle school programs with the hope of sending the teams to nationals
|Aussie nick Squash
||Charlotte squash club would love to promote womens and girls squash in this city that still think squash is a vegetable?