New grant: $1,000 for youth soccer from Target

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New grant: $1,000 for youth soccer from Target

If you’ve got soccer players in your afterschool program, we’ve got a perfect opportunity to fund the field. Target Corp. is now accepting applications for youth soccer grants, with preference for programs serving in-need communities. The grants can be used to support player registration fees, player and field equipment, and professional development for volunteer coaches, with preference given to programs serving in-need communities. Grants will be awarded in November 2017.

Grant name: Target Youth Soccer Grant

Description: Annual $1,000 grant

Eligibility: 501(c)(3) organizations, accredited schools, public agencies*

Deadline: August 30, 2017 by 12 p.m. (noon) CST

How to apply: Click here to take a short eligibility quiz. After the quiz, register for an online grant application account and complete a full grant application on Target’s website. 

Please note that Target will not be providing grants that cover:

  • infrastructure or capital expenses for soccer field development and maintenance
  • administrative expenses
  • individual (Target-named) team sponsorships
  • transportation expenses related to tournaments
  • tournament sponsorships
  • national soccer associations

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