The Cedar Valley Sports Commission cedarvalleysports.org exists to help local non-profits make their sports events a success.
Wednesday, supporters of the non-profit Sports Commission gathered at Centennial Oaks Golf Club for the annual golf outing fundraiser.
Sports Commission Executive Director, Jim Marlin, says "Our mission is to attract and grow sporting events that have a positive impact on the economy in the Cedar Valley. We create that impact through a grant program that we administer. We give out 10 to 15 grants a year, from 500-dollars to 10,000 dollars."
The Sports Commission has awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants in recent years.
Non-profits interested in applying for a grant should contact Jim Marlin at the Sports Commission office in downtown Waterloo, or online, cedarvalleysports.org
Tuesday, March 11 2014 7:03 PM EDT2014-03-11 23:03:21 GMT
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