Pittsburgh U.S. Figure Skating members in need of financial assistance to defer skating-related expenses are encouraged to apply for U.S. Figure Skating’s Competitive Skaters Assistance Program (CSAP) Awards and Academic Scholarship Program Awards (ASP).
CSAP and ASP awards are designed to assist competitive figure skaters with training expenses, including coaching fees, skating equipment and costumes, ice time, choreography and dance classes, off-ice training, physical therapy and medical expenses, as well as academic expenses related to college tuition fees and book and school supplies.
These annual programs are made possible through the U.S. Figure Skating’s Memorial Fund, which was established 50 years ago as a living legacy to the 73 skaters, coaches, and officials of the 1961 U.S. World Figure Skating Team killed in the crash of Sabena Flight 548.
Application deadline is 4:30 PM on Friday, September 9.
For eligibility criteria or to complete an online application, click here.
Additional information concerning CSAP and ASP can be obtained by contacting Giving Programs manager, Wallis Romzek, at 719-228-3415 or email@example.com.