Published August 30, 2022 in What's NewBy P.J. Reilly

Easton Foundations $100,000 Challenge to Lancaster Archery Foundation

Easton Foundations $100,000 Challenge to Lancaster Archery Foundation

In recognition of the 100th anniversary of Easton Archery, Easton Foundations has issued a special challenge to Lancaster Archery Foundation for fundraising during the month of September, 2022.

The Easton Foundations will match every donation made to the Lancaster Archery Foundation up to a maximum of $100,000.

Donations can be made to the Lancaster foundation in a few ways. Customers shopping on the Lancaster Archery Supply website can make contributions through the “round-up program feature,” which allows customers to increase their purchase total to a round number. The difference between the purchase total and the amount billed to the customer goes to the foundation. Customers can also add a fixed dollar amount to their order upon checkout on the Lancaster Archery Supply website. 

Customers shopping at the Lancaster Archery ProShop, or with a Customer Service Techxpert on the phone, can add a donation to their total upon checkout.   Donations also can be made as contributions given directly to the foundation through its website,

The Lancaster Archery Foundation is dedicated to providing resources to grow, educate and develop athletes in competitive archery. In the past, the foundation has provided grants to USA Archery competitors required to fund their own way to international tournaments, to JOAD, S3DA, and 4-H programs, as well as Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, clubs and summer camps looking to acquire new equipment to be able to introduce more kids to archery, in addition to other nonprofit organizations with archery programs.  The foundation also provides educational opportunities for archery athletes through college scholarships. Learn more about the foundation by visiting its website at 

In a feature video produced by Lancaster Archery Supply in conjunction with the Easton Foundations, Easton president Greg Easton talks about Easton’s 100 years in archery and introduces the challenge grant initiative. That video can be seen here.


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