Promoting Youth Sports in Our Community
October 2016 - Grant Nigh
recently presented checks totaling $16,728.05 to local sports programs
including CVHS, Stanton Elementary, Canyon and Creekside Middle Schools, and
several non-profit sports organizations. Most of this money for the grants was
raised from the CVSF Hall of Fame Banquet in April 2016 after which the grant
requests were submitted to the CVSF. Coaches and sports organization officials
receiving grants are.
The Castro Valley High School football, soccer and track teams now compete in a state-of-the-art stadium that is the envy of the entire region, thanks in large part to the efforts of the Castro Valley Sports Foundation.
The CVSF played a major role in the conception and construction of the CVHS sports complex, which includes a track, soccer/football field and tennis courts. The complex is also used extensively for the school?s physical education programs.
The CVSF helped the Castro Valley Unified School district mount and win Bond Measure B, which provided basic funding for a badly-needed new stadium. Thanks to generous support from the community, the 4,000-seat sports complex is strong testimony to the tremendous teamwork in Castro Valley.
CVSF Giving to Castro Valley Youth Sports