Giving Wings to Youth
The Olympic Club Foundation is a thriving grant organization supporting organized sports for thousands of under-served kids throughout the nine San Francisco Bay Area counties.
The Mission: “to support programs that share the belief that participation in organized athletics enriches young lives and develops future community leaders.”
The Olympic Club Foundation Board Members, staff and volunteers work throughout the year on various events that support programs for underprivileged Bay Area youth to participate in sports. Your support and attendance of these events, not only helps encourage monetary assistance, but also builds a sense of community.
For more information visit www.olympicclubfoundation.org.
ContactRebecca Figone, Executive Director 415.345.5230 [email protected]
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From the Olympian
More than 80 Olympians from eight different sports competed in a round robin-style tennis tournament at the third annual ONE CLUB Challenge at Lakeside on Saturday, Sept. 30.
The third annual ONE CLUB Challenge took place at Lakeside on Saturday. More than 80 Olympians from eight different sport competed in a round robin style tennis tournament. Olympians enjoyed the competition, draft beer from Fort Point, burger dogs from Hot Dog Bills, live music from Michelle Musgrove and arts and crafts.
The Olympic Club Foundation has been supporting youth athletics in the Bay Area for 25 years. How do they decide which of the many deserving organizations will receive their support? To shed some light on that process, the current Grant Committee co-chair, Rob Ennis, shared his thoughts about how he got involved with the Foundation and the inspiration he has found by visiting potential grantees.