The National Council of Youth Sports (NCYS) and the Congressional Youth Sports Caucus in celebration of National Youth Sports Week host a physical activity Expo in a House of Representatives Office Building on Capitol Hill Washington D.C. on NCYS Youth Sports Day, Tuesday July 16, 2019.
National Youth Sports Week has been added to the National Health Observances (NHO) calendar.
The purpose of the event is to showcase how youth sports organizations and members of Congress can collaborate to promote healthy lifestyles for children and their families through sports. The event features NCYS members and physical activity stations where members of Congress and their staff have the opportunity to play youth sports and learn about youth sports activities.
This kicks off a series of events at youth sports organizations across the nation to elevate the importance of youth sports. The NCYS seeks to level the playing field to enable all youth to have full access to sports. NCYS invites you to join in this celebration by calling attention to doing what you’re already doing – helping young people play sports.
The National Council of Youth Sports advocates for legislation that promotes safe environments and healthy lifestyles for stronger neighborhoods and communities. We seek to enhance the youth sports experience in America for today and for generations to come!
Special thanks to Active Policy Solutions for their assistance in making this event a happening!
Active Policy Solutions provides government relations and advocacy support, specializing in sports and youth development. They help their partner clients advocate for legislation, secure government funding, and establish their brand recognition and credibility as a youth development leader among federal policymakers. They are also available to help you train and build your grassroots networks, speak on a number of government affairs and policy topics, and organize activities around events in and near Washington, DC.
To learn more about how Active Policy Solutions can support your organization visit www.ActivePolicySolutions.com or call 202-656-1350.
Source: 2019 National Health Observances, National Health Information Center, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC.