Shelby County Youth Soccer is recipient of $10,500 award from 50 Women Impact

Shelby County's 50 Women Impact has awarded $120,100 since its founding

Shelby County Youth Soccer is the recipient of the quarterly 50 Women Impact grant going to a Shelby County non-profit organization. The group received $10,500 from 50 Women Impact.

Shelby County Youth Soccer is the fastest growing sport that the City of Center Recreation Department oversees, according to Jason Mitchell, director of the department.

The City of Center and SCYS are converting the Old Community Park into a soccer complex to serve youth and their families in Shelby County.

The $10,500.00 grant award will provide funds needed to finish the Concession/Bathrooms at the Soccer Complex; the complex will provide a location for the youth soccer league teams to play as well as opportunities to host tournaments. 

With this 12th grant award, the 50 Women Impact group has awarded grants totaling $120,100.00 to Shelby County non-profits.

The group is open for members who want to be a part of a group committed to providing support to the non-profit organizations making a positive difference in in Shelby County.

To date, the following organizations have received a 50 Women Impact grant: Shelby County Welfare Board; Texas A & M Agri-Life/Shelby FCS Committee/4-H; Fannie Brown Booth Library; Boo’s Battle Support Fund; Shelby County Outreach Ministries; Jon, Macy & Misty Bush Foundation; Hope Medical Special Fund; Timpson Food for Thought & Thrift Store; Christian Community Services; Timpson Volunteer Ambulance Service; Center Recreation/Shelby County Youth Soccer.

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