USA Volleyball partners with many organizations to provide grant assistance for various programming areas in our sport. Information and applications for those follow:

THE 2017 USAV GRANT PROGRAM IS CLOSED, Thank you to all those who applied and we will get back to you as soon as possible with the status of your grant.

REGION GRANTS

2017 GRO (Grassroots Outreach) Grant – This grant is available to USA Volleyball Regional Volleyball Associations, clubs, grassroots programs or individuals that wish to further the training of coaches, players and/or parents through clinics or other programming. This grant may also be used to help fund facility and equipment needs. This grant is available for indoor, beach and sitting programs.

2017 Boys Subsidy – This grant is available to USA Volleyball Regional Volleyball Associations, clubs, grassroots programs or individuals that wish to further training for boys' players, coaches and/or parents through clinics or various programming. This grant may also be used to help fund facility and equipment needs. This grant is available for indoor, beach, and sitting programs.  These need to be programs that reach many in a region and also need the Regional Volleyball Associations endorsement.  

Starlings USA – For Starlings USA  to help create programs in their local area.

Men's and Boys' Grants

2017 12U & 13U Club Incentive Program  – This grant gives opportunities for 12U and 13U to go and see USAV Nationals!

2017 Boys Scholastic Volleyball Grant Program – Thinking about starting a new middle or high school program? This grant gives support to new programs.

2017 Men's Collegiate Grant Program – Starting a new collegiate program? This grant is spread over three years to help sustain it. Conferences can also apply. There will be 93 NCAA DIII programs and more than 40 NAIA programs in 2017 and the number is growing; That's in addition to 22 NCAA DI/II programs.

OTHER GRANTS

2017 Molten Diversity Grant – Molten Diversity Grants aim to increase diversity programming in economically disadvantaged areas of America. Download the application today.