Pathfinder Awards

Indiana Sports Corp Pathfinder Awards

The Pathfinder Award, annually given since 1988 by Indiana Sports Corp, honors individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to improving the lives of America’s youth. 2017 marks the 30th year for the annual Indiana Sports Corp Pathfinder Awards.
Over the years, the Pathfinder Awards have honored a tremendous list of recipients including Dr. Condoleezza Rice, Jeff and Karen Saturday, John Wooden, Larry Bird, Governor Mitch Daniels, Tony Dungy, Peyton Manning, Jack and Barbara Nicklaus, Bill Russell, Oscar Robertson, and Dick Vitale, among others.

About the Susan Williams CHAMPS Grant Program
Susan Williams CHAMPS Grants support organizations that provide underserved youth with the opportunity to participate in sports and fitness activities and teach life skills. Since the inception of the CHAMPS (Champions in Life) Grant program in 1988, nearly $2.1 million have been allocated to 233 youth organizations to support their sports programming and initiatives.  Proceeds from the Sports Corp’s annual Youthlinks Indiana Charity Golf Tournament, along with contributions by Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation, Samerian Foundation, and United Water, fund the grants program. The grants support organizations that provide underserved youth with opportunities to participate in sports, fitness activities and life skills programming.
About the Pathfinder Award
The Pathfinder Award,  presented since 1988, honors  individuals who have  demonstrated a dedicated    commitment to improving the  lives of America’s youth. Over  the years, the Pathfinder  Awards have honored a tremendous list of recipients. For a complete listing, click here



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