Donations to Clubs
Recreational Sports Development Fund (RECSPO)
The Department of Recreational Sports Programs has established a tax-deductible Development Fund to provide Clubs the opportunity to seek additional funding support other than that provided from their Recreational Sports Annual Budget allocation. This fund has helped support clubs for expenses such as: league dues and entry fees, out of state travel, purchase of equipment and facility rental* (for clubs that do not have a practice facility at the IMA). It has also helped many clubs attend regional and national competitions.
Donate to your favorite Club online:
Aikido | Archery | Badminton | Baseball | Boxing | Brazilian Jiu Jitsu | Climbing Club |
Climbing Team | Cycling | Dance | Equestrian | Hiking | Ice Hockey | Judo | Karate |
Kayak | Kendo | Kung Fu | Lacrosse- Men’s | Lacrosse- Women’s | NW Women | Rowing |
Rugby- Men’s | Rugby- Women’s | Running | Sailing | Ski | Soccer- Men’s | Soccer- Women’s |
Squash | Table Tennis | TaeKwonDo | Tai Chi | Tennis | Triathlon | Ultimate- Men’s |
Several of our clubs also participate in the newest University-sponsored crowdfunding platform: USeed. Currently active in the USeed program is the Women’s Ultimate Club. Click to donate to their campaign!
Your gift may be tax-deductible, as charitable contributions, for federal tax purposes as allowed by IRS regulations. The UW Foundation’s Federal Tax ID is 94-3079432.
You may also choose to have your employer match your gift to our clubs. Information for Matching Gifts with the University can be found here.
You may also donate to the Peterson-Pearsall Club Sports Endowment, a general club program Endowment which may provide funding for re-emerging or expanding clubs, or emerging clubs that are part of, but not yet funded by, the UW program. This Endowment houses a general fund to which others may contribute for both current and future clubs within the University of Washington Recreational Sports Program.
For further information, please contact the Club Sports Coordinator at (206) 543-9499 or by email.