Online Tools Becoming Popular In Fundraising
by Michael Popke October 2008
Online tools are streamlining, supplementing or flat-out replacing traditional fundraising models.
Funding for New Rec Centers Attached to Orlando Arena Deal
by Nicholas Brown January 2008
Funding for five new community rec centers was attached at the last minute to a new Orlando Magic arena deal.
PEP Grants Help Hundreds of Schools Develop Programs and Facilities
by Michael Popke January 2008
The popular PEP grant program has allowed hundreds of school districts to re-energize P.E. programs with new equipment and specialized training.
Tiger Stadium Relics Sold at Auction
by Nicholas Brown October 2007
Fans shell out big bucks for relics from doomed Tiger Stadium.
Michigan and Tennessee Revised State Sports Calendars
by Michael Popke August 2007
Newly revised sports calendars in Michigan and Tennessee give players and coaches longer time outs.
High Schools Use Different Approaches to Fund Synthetic Turf Projects
by Michael Popke June 2007
High school administrators use a variety of funding approaches to seed synthetic turf projects.
Football Fantasy CampsDelight Fans and Aid in Fundraising
by Paul Steinbach June 2007
Football fantasy camps provide fans with insight and schools with a friend-raising opportunity.
One on One: Money Man Kevin Fringer on the Modern-Day Athletic Department
by Paul Steinbach April 2007
Money man Kevin Fringer paints a financial picture of the modern-day athletic department.
Despite Its Size, Texas' State Parks System Is Under-Funded
by Marvin Bynum March 2007
Although it boasts 114 parks covering 600,000 acres, the Texas state parks system is far behind its peers in funding.
by Michael Popke January 2007
Many deaf athletes are as good as Olympic athletes. The only difference is we get much less training. A lot of that has to do with funding.