Get More Involved With Archery

There are numerous opportunities to try other types of Archery. Below are some resources to help you get started.

Possible Grant Opportunities in your area. Ask your NASP® Coordinator as well.

How it works: Click on one of the websites

  1. You will be directed to their Chapter locator / Regional Chairman or Regional Director
  2. Send a letter, email or call the person at the number listed.
  3. Tell them you are trying to start a NASP® school in your community
  4. Ask for a NASP® equipment grant ($500 is typical but can be more-ask for what you need)
  5. Below are ‘talking points’ for NASP®
  6. Be prepared to meet with the local committee or go to a fund raising banquet
  7. Fund raising banquets are a great place to ask for help and show support for the local chapter

NASP® Talking Points

  1. NASP® is target style archery.
  2. NASP® is taught in more than 15,000 schools in 47 states and many other countries.
  3. NASP® teaches a lifetime shooting skill to over 2 Million 4th-12th grade)students annually.
  4. NASP® is a gateway activity…..many archers become hunters, and anglers.
  5. 77% of NASP® students are new archers and almost 40% are girls.

Each of these organizations is aware and supports the mission of NASP®- Target style archery as a part of the in-school curriculum, to improve educational performance and participation in the shooting sports among students in grades 4-12.

Please email us if you have any questions

Copy and paste the below links into your browser and find your local Chapter of each Organization.

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Mathews Inc. Fundraising Opportunity

Looking to fundraise for your NASP® program?

Contact Trent Traxler at Mathews Inc. (608) 269-2728

Mathews Inc. offers a selection of bows that can be used for raffles to help fund your NASP® efforts. The offerings change from time to time so check in with Trent & he can let you know what all is currently offered. You will want to check your local laws, as you will more than likely need a raffle license.

We have heard of NASP® schools raising over $3,000 just from the sale of $10 -$20 raffle tickets.

It’s a very small investment with a possible huge return.

Alumni Profile

Featured Alumni – Kelsey Gerchar

Featured Alumni – Kelsey Gerchar

Kelsey Gerchar - a NASP® graduate, now serves as her state’s Archery Education Coordinator with the Arizona Game & Fish Department.

Sponsor Profile

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Mission Archery

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