Sports and Recreation Programs in Nonprofit Organizations in Ellisville, Mississippi: A Comprehensive Overview

Grants from the Department of State are available to U. S.

nonprofit organizations

to improve the lives of injured military veterans and their families. These grants can be used to fund forest conservation activities, as well as sports and recreation programs.

In London, Ontario (Canada), private community organizations provide sports programs in five general planning districts, with the density of practice points corresponding to the population density of the districts. The profile of these organizations provides a basis for evaluating the emphases and gaps in the sports landscape and the richness of the community. It is important to continue developing the profile of sport in this community to better understand the landscape of organizations and program execution, and their implications for community development. Open program options are more likely to be found in the commercial sector, where the pay-as-you-go system can promote access and participation. However, this type of organization may also have higher rates that reduce accessibility.

On the other hand, closed programming is much less likely to be found in commercial organizations than in non-profit organizations, although it is still the most common option in both. Just over a quarter of organizations (28.9%) offer other sports in addition to their main offering; for example, a gym club that also offers cheerleaders. This study presents the panorama of private community sports organizations in London, based on a profile of organizational characteristics that are conceptually aligned with critical aspects of community development. The current study was cross-sectional and there are no adequate data to examine whether there has been a change in the proportion of commercial and not-for-profit organizations in the city over time. The profile of these 218 identified private organizations offering sports programming in London illustrates the community sports landscape, presented according to their scope, operations and location. One feature captured in the data collection was the zip code of the places where organizations deliver their sports programming, allowing those points to be analyzed using a geospatial information system (GIS). This aspect of the organization's profile suggests that there is room in the community sports landscape to further develop this opportunity for even wider social reproduction. If you participate in a recreational program and find that the quality does not meet your expectations, please notify us of your concerns in writing.

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