As a 501(c)(3), charitable contributions from our Co-Captains make it possible for the Charlotte Sports Foundation to carry out our mission with events that help positively impact the local economy providing jobs, increasing tax revenue and enhancing the quality of life for the citizens of the region. Our Co-Captains and their representatives are pillars of our community, leaders of their respective industries and essential to our success in achieving our mission.
Co-Captains receive extensive recognition at the Charlotte Sports Foundation’s events along with other perks including:
Interested in becoming a Co-Captain? Contact Will Lawson at firstname.lastname@example.org for customized sponsorship opportunities.
Everyone involved with Charlotte Sports Foundation shares a commitment to supporting and enriching our community by creating unforgettable sports experiences.
The Charlotte Sports Foundation’s post-graduate interns get first-hand experience and develop invaluable professional connections working events that reach millions of fans each year. Our previous interns have been hired by Raycom, Charlotte Hornets, Carolina Panthers and more.
The Charlotte Sports Foundation announced today the University of Tennessee and NC State University will play in the 2024 Duke’s Mayo Classic. The ...Read More
The Charlotte Sports Foundation (CSF) announced today the naming of Will Pitts as the organization’s chief operating officer. Pitts, who has been at the organization since 2010, previously served ...Read More
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Title IX, the Charlotte Sports Foundation (CSF, owner and operator of the Duke's Mayo Bowl, is providing NIL opportunities to female student-athletes from the ...Read More
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