Penn Hills Midget Football Association

Penn Hills Midget Football Association

From James Bradley

We are looking to raise the funds needed to supply the Youth Football program in Penn Hills with new equipment. The PHMFA has been providing youth sports to young athletes for over 52 years. 100% of all donations wil...

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The Penn Hills Midget Football Association (PHMFA) is looking forward to the 2020 season. We work hard at providing our young athletes with a quality football experience. Some of the challenges we are faced with in enhancing a quality program include purchasing equipment, uniforms, and maintain an outstanding facility.

Your participation in our program is important to our efforts. By donating to our program, you will help provide our athletes the opportunity to learn the needed fundamentals to excel within and beyond PHMFA. We currently have a $28,500 shortfall in our operating budget for the 2020 season (July to November), with organization activities spanning the entire calendar year.  In addition to maintaining the operations budget we will be refurbishing and replacing equipment necessary for the athlete’s safety. These costs are incurred every year after the season is completed. For more information regarding equipment and registration by Andrew John in the Tribune Review, dated November 14, 2019 follow this link     https://tribhssn.triblive.com/youth-football-program-hopes-to-grow-thrive-in-penn-hills/     or search for ‘Youth football program hopes to grow, thrive in Penn Hills’.

We are asking for monetary donations between the amounts of $5,000 to $25,000, to help close our operating budget shortfall, approximately $28,500 any contribution will be greatly appreciated. All donations to our football program are accepted through the PHMFA and are tax deductible in the state of Pennsylvania as we are a Non-profit Organization. You will receive a thank you letter as your receipt.

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