Help make a difference in youth sports in Minnesota! The National Sports Center is asking you to help with the cause. Click the link below to be the difference!
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Wearing a mask is simple - nearly everyone can do it. When paired with other steps, like staying six feet apart, washing your hands, and staying home when possible, we can stay safe. Click here for the National Sports Center's mask policy.
The National Sports Center Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, seeks donations in order to remain open and continue to run programs and events that generate over $89 million in annual visitor impact.
Youth sports, a $20 billion industry, is extremely impacted by the pause in sports actions due to COVID-19. Given the seasonal nature of many sports, simply rescheduling practices and games can prove quite challenging. If the National Sports Center does not get a bailout from the state government, the City of Blaine and State of Minnesota will lose out on millions of dollars of economic impact generated by thousands of visitors who would be traveling to the campus.
We must carry in our hearts the fact that the National Sports Center is special. 30 years of intangible memories on the field, ice, course and track were made in a natural sports environment.The National Sports Center understands the tangible and intangible benefits of providing the community with a multisport facility complex that has been a vital part of Minnesota’s sports history through the years.
You can make a difference. Text NSCPLAY to 91999 to make a donation or visit nscplay.nscsports.org. If you don't have the means to donate, share this post and if you live in Minnesota, send it to your local officials.
The National Sports Center Foundation is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization EIN: 41-1646516. We are an equal opportunity facility, dedicated to providing sport opportunities for all athletes.
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