CLUB INVITATIONAL SUPPORT

How can you help?

By increasing your registration fee for your invite by $1/participant to donate to the CGGI, you will be joining every other invite in the U.S. and helping grow collegiate opportunities.

Where does your donation go?

90% of all funds raised from invitationals goes directly to the endowment account with the intent of encouraging universities to create opportunities for gymnasts like the ones competing in your invite.  10% of the donation goes towards expenses such as presentation costs, printed materials, among other expenses to encourage growth.

How to make a commitment to the 2019-2020 season?

Our goal is to have EVERY invite in the country be a part of our campaign to help grow collegiate gymnastics.  Here is how you can commit to the 2019-2020 campaign.

  1. Increase your registration for your invite by $1.  Tell your participants where that $1 is going and why.  You will now be eligible for a tax deduction by making your donation to the CGGI.
  2. Fill out the CGGI Invitational Commitment Form and submit it on the website. And then you are committed!
  3. Follow us on all of our social media platforms and our website to get the latest information on schools we are making presentations to and those that are interested in adding.
  4. Tell all of your friends to support the CGGI and the future of collegiate gymnastics as well.

Big weekend for 🐊🤸‍♀️ @Gym_Trin at @USAGym Championships.

✔️ Earned 4⃣th consecutive U.S. Senior National Team berth
✔️ Named U.S. Gymnastics' Sportswoman of 2019

Sunday's photos 📷 from Lloyd Smith

#WeChomp
#GoGators

In her 2️⃣nd event back in elite competition, @MSkinner2016 finished 8️⃣th in the All-Around, 3️⃣rd on Vault and 5️⃣th on Floor! She also made the 2019-20 U.S. Senior National Team for the 5️⃣th time!! Congrats Myk!!! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

📷: Aug. 11, 2019 - Photos by John Cheng and Allison Cheng

Calling all NCAA Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Alumni! We’ve launched a new LinkedIn page where former collegiate gymnasts can connect and create community! Head over to @LinkedIn and join us at “Collegiate Women's Gymnastics Alumni”! #CGGI

Does this mean I medaled in my first gymnastics competition, running competition or both?

Thank you @wcgagym @DAR_multisport and to all the volunteers for your generous work to provide opportunities for others.

#Flippin5K #EssenceGirlsUnited #sprinttothefinish

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