Every gift to U.S. Figure Skating has a direct impact on the success of skaters and figure skating programs across the country. When you support U.S. Figure Skating, you provide skating programs for all ages and abilities. Gifts can be directed to a number of different areas, such as:

The Memorial Fund
Since its inception in 1961, the Memorial Fund has provided more than $10 million in financial support to thousands of skaters pursuing their dreams both on and off the ice. To learn more about the history and mission of the Memorial Fund, or to make a secure donation, please click here.

Specific Disciplines, Programs or Funds
A gift to singles, pairs or ice dancing, Basic Skills, scholarships or grants will be used exclusively to support that discipline, program or fund. If you don't see your area of choice, you have the option of specifying how U.S. Figure Skating will use your donation.

The World Figure Skating Museum and Hall of Fame
Help celebrate and share figure skating's rich history with future generations of skaters and fans around the globe by giving to the World Figure Skating Museum and Hall of Fame. Your gift will be used to help the Museum and Hall of Fame preserve precious figure skating artifacts and memorabilia, and allow it to educate and entertain visitors for years to come. For more information, please visit the World Figure Skating Museum and Hall of Fame website.

The "Area of Greatest Need"
Donating to the area of greatest need gives U.S. Figure Skating's leadership the ability to respond to unforeseen situations, such as providing financial assistance to skaters and programs at a moment's notice. An unrestricted gift is the most valuable gift that U.S. Figure Skating can receive.

U.S. Figure Skating is a non-profit organization and as such, any donations made to U.S. Figure Skating are tax-deductible.

U.S. Figure Skating does not provide tax consultation. Please refer all questions to your tax preparer.