Established in 2014 by former World Champion Kristin Allen, the mission of the Acrobatic Gymnastics Fund is to enrich our community, provide athlete funding and create a sustainable platform to engage and empower acrobatic athletes. At present, Acrobatic Gymnastics Program does not have a fund set up in the National Gymnatics Foundation. If you wish to make a donation to this program you may do so by contributing to USA Gymnastics instead of the National Gymnastics Foundation. Your donation still remains tax deductible.
Created in 2009, this fund is designed to support and sustain collegiate gymnastics on initiatives such as educating collegiate coaches on promoting and endowing their programs, and creating successful marketing campaigns that generate community connection to the teams.
Funds are raised through a sanction fee charged for all men’s sanctioned events. Scholarships are awarded based on needs and levels of the athletes training from Juniors or NCAA club competitors to elite level athletes who are focused on international competition, but still pursuing their degree.
Created by Nastia Liukin and USA Gymnastics in 2010. Proceeds from the Nastia Liukin Cup and Nastia Liukin Cup Series are donated annually to the fund. Its goal is supporting children who need financial help to remain involved in gymnastics, as well as partner with fitness oriented programs for young people.
At present, the Rhythmic Gymnastics Program does not have a fund set up in the National Gymnastics Foundation. If you wish to make a donation to this program you may do so by contributing to USA Gymnastics instead of the National Gymnastics Foundation. Your donation still remains tax deductible.
The trampoline and tumbling program annually awards scholarship funds produced through a head tax and annual summer camp.
This fund was created in 1997 as the result of the hiking death of a national team member training at the Olympic Training Center. The family of the deceased gymnast and the staff at the OTC remain active in soliciting funds and conducting a fundraising event. Each year, a grant is awarded to a men’s elite level gymnast who is a high school senior or pursuing their college degree.