“Our mission at Next Step Archery is to support the growing popularity of archery in the Pacific Northwest while teaching valuable life skills and character through the sport of archery. We work with students of all ages, skill levels, and backgrounds to help guide them to their goals. Equity, access and inclusion are part of our essential core values”
– Bob Hickey
1. Who is eligible? Anyone is eligible to apply for Financial Assistance. Awards are based on a sliding scale that considers household income as well as extenuating circumstances.
2. How is the amount determined? We believe that archery is for everyone. Depending upon the level of participation in the sport (skill level at time of need, volunteer hours, time with the program, etc.) assistance may include reduced or waived registration fees and can extend to lending pieces of personal archery equipment for competitive team members or support for travel to competitions. NSA’s ability to provide financial assistance is ultimately limited. We can only provide 18 hours of group session programming per year (roughly three six-week classes) or 9 hours of private lessons per person per year at your approved scholarship rate.