JOAD logoCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – USA Archery is proud to present the final recipients of the 2016 Ann Hoyt/Jim Easton JOAD Grant. Thanks to the generous donations of the Ann Hoyt Legacy Fund and the Easton Foundation, USA Archery JOAD Clubs in good standing can request up to $2,000 in grant funds for items such as target stands, archery equipment, general supplies and coaching certifications. The purpose of the grant is to foster long-term equipment usage and club development.
For the second round of 2016 grants, USA Archery awarded the following thirteen USA Archery JOAD clubs with grant funds:

Archers in the Mountains
Bear Country Archery
Cincinnati Archers
Every Arrow Counts
Grace Chapel HisPins Archery
Nassau Bowmen
Noble County JOAD
Pinnacle Athletics LLC
Smith Point JOAD
Tri-State Hawkeyes JOAD
Wasting Arrows
West Texas JOAD
X-Ring Archery

Steve Cornell of Grace Chapel HisPins Archery commented: “By receiving this grant, we will be able to keep our costs down and provide a well-rounded archery program so that we can reach more young people and expose them to the great sport of archery.”

JOAD Grant applications are accepted and reviewed in April and August of each year. Please check back for the 2017 grant cycle information. For questions, please contact Program Manager Lorin Fiehler.