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Unrestricted gifts from foundations and individuals like you help us push our mission forward by presenting live workshops, creating online courses and providing free tools and resources through PCADevZone.org to coaches, parents, athletes, leaders, and officials, who can help make sports a positive, character-building experience. Give to PCA Today! (We have gained a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator).

Underserved communities are in great need of your support so that they can afford to bring PCA training to the coaches, parents, athletes and leaders in their schools and youth sports organizations. Learn more about our efforts in underserved communities.

PCA is expanding by launching new local Chapters throughout the U.S., striving for 26 Chapters and reach to 20 million youth by 2020. Learn more about our expansion plans.

Our nation's youth need PCA! If you have any doubt about what's at stake in PCA's effort to develop Better Athletes, Better People by making youth sports a positive, character-building experience, watch our mini-documentary.

Our work depends on the support and generosity of foundations, corporations and most importantly individual donors like you! Thanks to you, we've impacted more than 7.5 million youth since our founding at Stanford University in 1998 -- but we're not done yet. Help us make a difference!

 



Help PCA Make Youth Sports Better

Help PCA Make Youth Sports Better

Our day-to-day operations depend on hundreds of unrestricted gifts from foundations and individuals like you.
Workshops for Underserved Communities

Workshops for Underserved Communities

Some communities and public schools need your help to bring PCA training to their athletes, coaches, parents and leaders. 
PCA Chapter In Your City

PCA Chapter In Your City

We aim to open 10 more Local PCA Chapters in the next five years.  Learn more about helping us establish a Chapter in your area.
The Need for PCA

The Need for PCA

Pro Football Hall of Famer Steve Young explains how your support helps PCA develop "Better Athletes, Better People."