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USASA 25th Anniversary Fundraising Campaign

USASAFoundationLogoFebruary 25, 2013. Bondville, Vermont.  The United States of America Snowboard Association (USASA) is launching the organization’s 25th Anniversary Fundraising Campaign today.  The goal of the campaign is to raise $250,000 by the end of the year to fund The USASA Foundation.

Funds raised through the year-long campaign will be used to further the mission of The USASA Foundation:  The USASA Foundation’s mission is to create grant programs that will benefit talented athletes, officials, coaches and series directors to further enhance the sports of snowboarding and freeski in accordance with USASA core values.



Dear USASA Members,

The USASA Foundation is pleased to announce that 25 grants will be issued under The Nationals Assistance Award for the 2012 winter season.

The Foundation was originally planning to distribute $6,000 in awards during this inaugural year, but because we received additional last-minute donations from Allisports (Dew Tour/Gatorade Freeflow Tour), Bomber Skis and other anonymous donors, we were able to double the number of athletes being supported this season.


USASA Announces the 2012 Chuck Allen Scholarship Program and USASA Foundation Nationals Grants


(South Lake Tahoe, CA  3/10/12) The United States of America Snowboard Association (USASA) proudly announces the 2012 Chuck Allen Scholarship program as well as a new grant program created by the USASA Foundation to provide funds for athletes attending Nationals.

Each year USASA members who qualify for the National Championships can apply for The Chuck Allen Scholarship by completing the application requirements posted on  The applicants are evaluated for various criteria including transcripts, letters of recommendation, and snowboarding results.  The scholarships awarded can range from $100 to $1,000 and can be used for any accredited school or institute of learning, coaching program or snowboard/ski camp.  Beginning this year, Scholarships will only be awarded to those in the 6th grade or higher.


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