Sports-Focused Youth Development Programs

New York City is home to scores of sports-focused Youth Development Programs/non-profits. Many of these organizations work to help disadvantaged youth enjoy the benefits of playing organized sports. We applaud the efforts of these organizations and encourage members of our community to learn about the work they do and, hopefully, to get involved. To show our support New York Sports Connection will donate 10% of our advertising revenue each quarter to one of these non-profits.

If you know of or are an executive at a non-profit that is not listed here contact us and we will be happy to add it to our listings.

Out of Bounds

Out of Bounds supports and promotes sports and recreational organizations with interests in the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community of the greater New York […]

Peter Westbrook Foundation

The Peter Westbrook Foundation utlizes the sport of fencing as a vehicle to develop life skills in young people from underserved communities. Peter Westbrook won […]

Play Rugby USA

The Play Rugby USA program’s mission is “Developing Youth through Rugby.” As an innovative program Play Rugby USA cleverly combines rugby with sports education, health, […]

Play Study Win

Play Study Win’s mission is, “To encourage kids of all ages to develop a passion for soccer and other forms of physical activity that will […]

Play4Autism Foundation

OUR MISSION is to help increase the public’s awareness and acceptance of Autism, while improving the quality of life and hope for children with Autism, […]

Police Athletic League

Randall’s Island Park Alliance

The Randall’s Island Park Alliance, Inc. (RIPA) works with the City of New York and local communities to provide a destination for a wide range […]

Row New York

Row New York empowers young people from New York City’s under-resourced communities to build strength, gain confidence, and pursue excellence through the unique sports of […]

South Bronx United Soccer Club

South Bronx United, Inc. uses soccer as a vehicle for social change. It’s programs serve over 500 boys and girls, ages 4-19, and their families. South […]

Special Olympics New York

Special Olympics empowers children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities including mental retardation, autism and Down syndrome, through a variety of Olympic-style athletic trainings […]

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