Are you curious about how your favorite club would answer the following question: "What is the organization's primary exempt purpose?"
If so, you're in luck. Because most wrestling clubs and regional training centers associated with Division I NCAA programs file as tax-exempt organizations, you can look up their IRS 990 forms, which we did, and find out.
We've compiled every wrestling club's mission statement below. Scroll through to see your favorite club's mission statement!
Badger Wrestling ClubBadger Wrestling Club is a local sports club designed to enhance the level of wrestling in the local Madison area. Our focus is to provide support for athletes training to compete for the USA in international competitions.
Cardinal Wrestling ClubThe Cardinal Wrestling Club is dedicated to the development of the San Francisco Bay Area Youth Through wrestling and the role that Stanford student-athletes provide, the CWC educates, trains, and inspires its member athletes to achieve their educational-and athletic goals.
Carolina Wrestling ClubSupport and promote youth amateur wrestling in the state of North Carolina at the youth program to collegiate level.
Cliff Keen Wrestling ClubTo promote, support, and held advance amateur wrestling at all levels. The organization provides elite coaching and mentoring to athletes in a challenging, positive environment with the primary goal of cultivating champion wrestlers.
Cyclone Wrestling ClubTo promote and develop young wrestlers.
Central Michigan Wrestling ClubSupport of youth wrestling.
Cowboy Wrestling ClubProvides training and competition opportunities for amateur wrestlers beyond their college experience. Also, provides coaches and training for youth wrestling programs.
Finger Lakes Wrestling ClubTo promote the education and training of persons in scholastic, collegiate, and international wrestling rules and techniques as well as in physical and mental fitness, the education of persons who aspire to coach wrestling, and the education of the general public in the sport of wrestling.
Gopher Wrestling ClubTo provide organization and management services and financial support to persons or organizations interested or engaged in amateur wrestling and other amateur athletic activities.
Hawkeye Wrestling ClubSince its inception in 1973 the focus of Hawkeye Wrestling Club has always been to provide the training, coaching, and resources necessary to help our athletes pursue their dreams of becoming world and Olympic champions. The money raised goes directly to benefit the athletes helping with living expenses, training, and traveling needs.
Lehigh Valley Athletic ClubFoster amateur wrestling competition.
Mat-Town USA Wrestling ClubTo serve as an athletic educational organization that teaches the sport of wrestling and its disciplines of hard work, leadership, and character building.
Missouri Wrestling FoundationTo obtain money or property by gift, bequest, or devise and to invest and reinvest the same to provide support to events and individuals specifically involved in the sport of amateur wrestling.
Nebraska Regional Training CenterTo develop the skills of local youth in the sport of wrestling and, through involvement and instruction in the sport, teach life skills necessary to deter juvenile delinquency, the use of drugs and alcohol, and involvement in street life.
Nittany Lion Wrestling ClubSupport and promote amateur wrestling by conducting wrestling camps, tournaments, and clinics.
Ohio Regional Training CenterTo produce Olympic champions that embrace Olympic ideals, give back to the local community, and to continually improve the year-round training environment for developmental wrestlers.
Panther Wrestling ClubTraining and education for youth wrestling via clinics and tournaments training and support for international wrestlers.
Princeton Amatuer Wrestling SocietyThe Princeton Amateur Wrestling Society (PAWS) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with the mission of providing wrestling opportunities for athletes of all levels to enhance their skills throughout the year the coaching staff will use wrestling as a vehicle to teach our student athletes how to strive for success in all aspects of life, developing their character, confidence, discipline, work ethic, and mental toughness.
Penn State Wrestling ClubThe promotion of Penn State Wrestling (i.e. Travel, Socials, Award Banquet, Education) and the enhancement of the wrestling program with guidelines established by the Penn State University and the NCAA.
Scarlet Knight Wrestling ClubCorporation is a charitable, nonprofit corporation committed to fostering national and international amateur wrestling competition among all age groups by providing instruction and utilizing appropriate athletic facilities and equipment all in accordance with the meaning of section 501(c)(3) of the internal revenue code of 1986, as amended from time to time (the "code"). To the extend consistent with the foregoing, the corporation is also organized for the purpose of making charitable distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under section 501(c)(3) of the code.
Sooner Wrestling ClubTo promote wrestling in the USA through national championships and international tournaments and U.S. Olympic qualifiers.
Southeast Regional Training CenterDevelop, improve, and support those participating in the sport of amateur wrestling at Virginia Tech and throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Sunkist Kids Wrestling ClubTo increase the athletic knowledge and enhance the competitive spirit of the wrestlers through training, wrestling meets, camps, and clinics.
Terrapin Wrestling ClubProviding more advanced wrestlers appropriate training and clinics and live wrestling opportunities and for elite athletes seeking to compete on national, world, and Olympic teams, conditioning, training, and coaching with a focus on drilling in individual areas of concentration.
Titan Mercury Wrestling ClubTo assist a team of premier amateur men and women athletes in training and competition in U.S. and international wrestling competitions, to prepare the athletes for Olympic competition.
West Point Wrestling ClubTo provide opportunities for physical, mental, emotional, and social development through the sport of wrestling.
Wildcat Wrestling ClubPromoting youth sport.
Wolfpack Wrestling ClubPromoting, supporting, and developing amateur wrestling, fostering the ideal of sportsmanship through training, participation, competition, and fellowship.
Wyoming Wrestling Regional Training CenterTo promote and encourage participation in the sport of wrestling and to develop club members through access to elite coaches and training partners.
That's all of them. So now, if you want to start a new club, not only do you know how much it's going to cost, but you also know what you're supposed to do once you get started!