We've established specific funds to support various aspects of our sport and athletes’ diverse needs. By aligning your generosity with your passion, you can directly influence the areas that resonate most with you.
U.S. Figure Skating Fund
When you contribute to the U.S. Figure Skating Fund, your gift forms the backbone of our initiatives, enabling us to support skaters across all levels and spearhead programs that ignite athlete potential. It's not just a donation; it's an investment in the dreams and aspirations of countless athletes who make figure skating an incredible spectacle of strength, artistry, and resilience.
Friends of Figure Skating
By joining the Friends of Figure Skating program, you'll be joining a community dedicated to empowering our athletes in their pursuit of excellence. Your generous gift to the program not only supports their dreams but also offers you a range of exclusive benefits and experiences that will enhance your own figure skating fan journey.
We can’t wait for you to explore the benefits that await you as a loyal supporter.
Mabel Fairbanks Skatingly Yours Fund
The Mabel Fairbanks Skatingly Yours Fund financially assists and supports the training and development of promising Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) figure skaters with the goal of helping them realize and achieve their maximum athletic potential.
Synchronized Skating Athlete Support Fund
The Synchronized Skating Athlete Support Fund helps U.S. synchronized skaters by supporting the training costs for World Championship- eligible teams and provides additional opportunities for developmental skaters.
On Feb. 15, 1961, a tragedy shook the figure skating world when Sabena Flight 548, carrying the 1961 U.S. World Team to the World Figure Skating Championships in Prague, Czechoslovakia, crashed in Berg-Kampenhout, about 45 minutes outside of Brussels, Belgium. From this loss arose the U.S. Figure Skating Memorial Fund, with a mission to provide qualified U.S. Figure Skating members with monetary assistance in pursuing goals both on and off the ice. Committed to awarding athletic and academic grants and scholarships to athletes who show competitive and/or academic excellence, the Memorial Fund awards more than $500,000 each year.