The Westfield Foundation recently awarded $13,545.67 in grant money to the Westfield Police Athletic League (PAL) to purchase youth football blocking sleds and new wrestling mats.
The Westfield PAL has been serving the community since 1953 with recreational, athletic and educational programs including tackle football, flag football, cheerleading, girls’ softball, and a mentoring program. These programs are designed to encourage and inspire children on and off the field. In addition, the sports programs teach the fundamentals of the game, including correct form and technique, and are a training ground for high school level athletics. In the past few years, the Westfield PAL football program has achieved championship level results in the Suburban Youth Football League.
The Westfield Foundation is a tax-exempt, charitable organization committed to improving the quality of life in Westfield and its surrounding communities through the distribution of grants that advance education, the arts, cultural activities, civic, health and human services, community development, and historical resources. Founded by a group of local citizens with the intent of creating a lasting endowment for the community, The Westfield Foundation’s mission is to promote the betterment of Westfield and to enhance the quality of life of all its citizens. Through grants and scholarships, The Westfield Foundation has been funding programs in and around Westfield for more than 45 years.
If you would like to be a part of this lasting legacy for Westfield, please contact Gerard P. Boyle, Executive Director of The Westfield Foundation at (908) 233-9787 or firstname.lastname@example.org.