Guide: Nonprofit sports organizations

March 1, 2010 

In the Triangle, sports-oriented nonprofit organizations provide instruction, teams and league play for many skill levels in sports ranging from baseball and basketball to lacrosse and volleyball, usually for youths but sometimes for adults, too.

Apex Sports Authority | Bethesda Athletic Association (Durham)

Downtown Durham Athletic Association | Fuquay-Varina Athletic Association

Greater Cleveland Athletic Association | Wilders Grove Youth Center (Raleigh)

Woodcroft Athletic Association (Durham)

Upward sports ministry in area churches

Salvation Army Community Center (Raleigh)

To request the addition of a multisport nonprofit organization to this list, e-mail play@newsobserver.com.

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