Make a Donation

By using the button above, you can use a credit card to make a contribution to a specific activity of the USWCA or to the general fund.  If you prefer to send a check, please print the Planned Giving Donation Form, fill it out, and send it to the USWCA Comptroller at the address listed on the form.

Use Amazon Smile to Help the USWCA

The USWCA is registered with Amazon Smile.  When asked to enter your charity, type "United States Women S Curling Association".  If you go through this link to do your shopping, a portion of your purchase will support the USWCA.  If you choose USWCA as your charity of choice, you can see how much you've contributed and how much the organization has received when you log in.  

Support the USWCA

The United States Women's Curling Association is asking for your support.  The funds that are received will be used to support national events and training for women and junior curlers, as well as international tours that build camaraderie among curlers throughout the world.  Please be a part of our continued grass roots efforts to promote and nurture the sport of curling for women and youth in this country.  Consider making a donation to the USWCA an annual tradition.

The USWCA began with a single National Bonspiel for its members in 1950 and has evolved into an organization promoting curling at the grassroots level not only for women, but junior curlers as well.  USWCA sponsored events include the National, Senior, and Junior Bonspiels, the Five Year and Under Bonspiel Canadian and Scottish Exchanges, and the All-American.  None of this would have been possible without the commitment of our member clubs in the United States and the female curlers in the USWCA.

To assist in our campaign to maintain the financial stability of the USWCA, here are some suggestions on how to provide support for our programs:

  • Multi-Year Pledges or Annual Donations
  • Memorial Gifts to Honor a Family Member or Friend
  • Celebratory Gifts on Your Birthday or Special Occasion
  • Include the USWCA in your Will

Please consider discussing these tax-deductible donations with your financial advisor.  Click on this link to download a form and send a pledge or check to the USWCA.  If you would like to pay using a credit card, click on the 'make a Donation' button on the upper right hand side of this page.  Your generosity and commitment to the USWCA will help ensure the success of this organization far into the future.  If you have any questions or comments about this request, please contact the USWCA Treasurer, your Club Representative, or go the the Contact page and 'Send us a message'.  Mention 'Support USWCA' in the message box.

USWCA Winner of Event Passes for the U.S. Curling Championships in Jacksonville, Florida Announced!

The raffle for two, full session event passes to the U.S. National Curling Championships concluded at the end of November and a winner has been drawn!  The United States Women's Curling Association would like to congratulate KAREN LESKELL of Duluth, Minnesota for being the lucky ticket winner!  Karen's ticket was drawn from a pool of over 700 tickets and as a result, she and a companion will be enjoying sun and keen curling at the National Curling Championships being held in Jacksonville, Florida from February 6 - 13, 2016.   

The USWCA would like to thank Rick Patzke and the United States Curling Association for the generous donation of the tickets and support of the USWCA and the sport of curling.  Additionally, many thanks to all of the members of the USWCA who sold tickets and helped promote the raffle and National Championships during the summer and fall months.  The raffle not only raised funds which will support USWCA events, it also helped increase awareness for the National Championships, which are being held in a warm-weather  destination for the first time.

Lastly, the USWCA would like to thank the many curlers and friends of curling who actually purchased a ticket.  The USWCA would not be able to provide grass-roots curling experiences without the support of the entire curling community. 

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