Support

There are many ways to get involved in figure skating and show your support for skaters across the United States. Learn more about how you can contribute today.

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Alysa Liu at the U.S. Championships

Donate

A donation to U.S. Figure Skating is a difference-maker in the lives of young skaters. Gifts to U.S. Figure Skating go directly into programming and scholarships offered to athletes. You can support athletes along their skating journey to become the best they can be both on and off the ice.

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Coach

Without coaches, figure skating wouldn’t be the sport it is today. Coaches are responsible for inspiring and teaching up-and-coming generations of competitive and recreational athletes, and sharing the joy of figure skating with their community.

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Official at the U.S. Championships

Officiate

Officials of all kinds are the foundation for the rules that govern what happens on the ice. U.S. Figure Skating is committed to recruiting officials of all ages and skill levels to ensure the sport is on solid ground in the future.

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Greensboro has hosted the U.S. Championships three times.

Volunteer

U.S. Figure Skating depends on volunteers to ensure that all events, programs and offerings are run smoothly, safely and to the highest levels of professionalism. The Board of Directors, committee members, officials and local club leadership are all volunteers and work tirelessly to ensure that U.S. Figure Skating remains the international gold standard for the sport of figure skating.

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Host an Event

With nearly 600 competitions, camps and other events each season, U.S. Figure Skating holds and sanctions events that can benefit communities of all sizes.

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Sponsor

With a strong group of corporate partners, suppliers and licensees, U.S. Figure Skating is able to support its athletes and programs to the extent needed to continue to grow and expand the sport’s reach in the United States.

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THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS