Nancy Toy Athlete Assistance Program

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Nancy Toy Athlete Assistance Program

The Edmonton Tsunami Water Polo Club is excited to announce the Nancy Toy Athlete Assistance Program opportunity for NCL families (U14/U16/U19 athletes). This program is designed to aid families with the expenses associated with high-performance athletics. For the 2019-20 season, the Nancy Toy Athlete Assistance Program will award $3,100.00 in scholarships.

As a mother who watched her two sons grow up in the water polo community, then advance to the national and collegiate level, Nancy appreciates the positive impact sport plays in the lives of youth. Nancy also understands the financial demands this places on families and is a firm believer in making sport affordable to all. She is passionate about providing funding opportunities to the dedicated, hard-working and deserving families at Tsunami. We thank Nancy for her generous support and pivotal role in establishing this assistance program, which has also received funds from other donors.

Athletes/families interested in applying for funding must apply through the Tsunami website no later than October 31, 2019. We encourage families (athletes and parents) to apply for funding together. All applicants and application information will be kept confidential. Applications are limited to one per family.

The scholarship committee will review applications and successful applicants will be contacted by November 10th, 2019 via email indicating a credit amount that will be applied to their NCL account.

Anyone interested in contributing to the Nancy Toy Athlete Assistance Program can contact us here for more information and donation details (headcoach@tsunamiwaterpolo.com).


Application Link: http://www.teampages.com/forms/21655-Nancy-Toy-Athlete-Assistance-Program
Application Deadline: October 31, 2019

Instructions

At Tsunami we focus on mentoring individuals with strong character and athletic ability. In what three ways has being a Tsunami athlete helped develop your character and/or athletic ability? (ex. leadership skills, building confidence, provincial/national recognition, setting and working towards goals, etc.)

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