Nominations are now being accepted for the NCYS 2017 S.T.R.I.V.E. Award for “Organization of the Year” presented by AIG

Do You Know An Organization That Could Use $5,000? 

The National Council of Youth Sports (NCYS) and AIG are proud to present the 2017 STRIVE Award for Organization of the Year. This award recognizes organizations that embrace a "kids first" approach, evidenced by their implementation of recognized best practices and policies that protect kids by promoting responsible health, wellness and safety within their organization.
 
Criteria for selection includes demonstrating a heartfelt passion and a commitment and a contagious spirit for helping kids succeed in youth sports activities while maintaining a commitment to established safety procedures. This award praises organizations' commitment to kids' health, wellness and safety, demonstrating to young people that it is possible for Sports to Teach Respect, Initiative, Values and Excellence without compromising safety.
 
Click these links for Nomination Form and Official Rules  Nominating is easy as 1-2-3.  Simply fill out the one-page nomination form and write a one page testimonial.
                                                                        
We will be striking up the band and honoring the winning organization with lots of publicity for their hometown and their organization!  No one is more deserving of the S.T.R.I.V.E. Award than your organization and those who make youth sports programming such a great All-American success. www.ncys.org/strive

 
The deadline for submitting S.T.R.I.V.E. nominations is
11:59pm ET on Monday May 1, 2017.   
                   

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