Annual support provides access, development and excellence through these funds: First Stick Program, Coaching/Officials Education and Training, Team USA, Center for Sport Science, or Area of Greatest Need.
Gift of Stock
For those interested in supporting US Lacrosse with a gift of securities, electronic delivery of stock shares is the most secure and expedient delivery process available.
Donor Advised Funds
US Lacrosse is grateful for the scores of donors who have made gifts through Donor Advised Funds (DAF). In simple terms, a DAF is a personal charitable giving account. Generally, donors receive immediate tax deduction for contributions at a minimum level to their DAF, then can recommend grants from the fund to 501c3 charities such as US Lacrosse.
If you have an existing DAF through Fidelity Charitable, Schwab Charitable, or BNY Mellon Charitable, you can designate your support to US Lacrosse directly from the DAF Direct tool here, or consult your financial advisor for more information on supporting US Lacrosse through a Donor Advised Fund.
Otherwise, DAF gifts can be designated to
2 Loveton Circle
Sparks, MD 21152
For your reference, US Lacrosse’s tax id number is 52-1765246
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First Sport Society
Recognizing generous donors of $1,000 or more and honoring the Native American communities who are credited as the early participants of lacrosse – America’s first sport.
Webb Legacy Society
Honoring A. Norman Webb's historic bequest and recognizing those who follow in his example of leadership by making a planned gift to US Lacrosse.
Nuttle-Wingate Legacy Fund
Honoring the legacy of transformative coaches Thomas Nuttle and Elmer Wingate of the Maryland Junior Lacrosse League, former players are leading an effort to build a memorial tribute at the US Lacrosse Headquarters and sponsor a Nuttle-Wingate First Stick Program grant.