What does that mean?
Why should you donate?
To give your child the opportunity to experience a true squash environment in Manhattan.
To give a graduated college student a place they can afford to play and continue to play the game they love.
To have a vibrant and dedicated squash community on your doorstep in Manhattan for matches, league play & tournaments with no dress code, time restrictions, or exclusivity!
100% of the proceeds will be used to cover court construction costs and create the space you know we need.
We are excited to offer several wonderful gifts for you generous donation. …some gifts include a private session with Peter Nicol, tickets to our opening event, guest passes, our amazing t-shirt and so much more.
There are a variety of ways that you can support Manhattan Squash (that’s our nickname for those in the know). Here we’ll focus on the biggest two. Becoming a Founding Member or providing Landmark Support.
Founding Members get many benefits. There are three options listed here for 5 years, 7 years or 15 years. But if you’d like to know what an option would look like for a number of years outside this range, please drop us a line at info@TheSquashCenter.org and we’d be delighted to chat. In all cases, you get the following benefits:
Landmark support is just that. It’s big. It’ll last as long as we do. And it’s a Landmark. Here are some options. Other custom opportunities also exist.
Help us by financing a court. You can name it after your best friend, your hero, your family, yourself, or you can be a ghost and just know that you’ve helped grow the sport of squash and make it more accessible to the general public. For more details, please contact us directly.
We don’t have a liquor permit yet, so this may be more of a cafe than a bar, but one way or the other, it could have your name on it! This is our team’s favorite naming opportunity. It’ll be the social nexus of the facility. You’ll be able to see every court from the screens in the lounge. And it’ll be the place where we argue about whether that was a let, a stroke or no let, and how we really should have won that match, if only…