We raised over $230,000 for the 2019 CSA Cup.

On Friday, April 26th, 150 folks gathered at Cincinnati Country Club for a dual celebration.

  1. We commemorated the first five years in CSA’s history.

  2. We raised a glass to the next five.

Because in another five years, we’ll have sent some students to college; and if we’ve done our jobs well, they’ll be on scholarships, maybe even playing varsity squash. We’re in the business of helping Cincinnati youth fulfill their potential. It’s exciting. It’s inspiring. And to be perfectly frank, it’s a lot of fun. 

Thanks again for your support. Your generosity is what makes all of this possible.

Best,
Leah

William Fassler (CSA volunteer) with Kiylah Smoot (CSA student)

Keyonte, 9th grader at Taft High School, gave an incredible speech, highlighting his experience at the Cincinnati Squash Academy.

Pro doubles exhibition featuring Matt Jenson, Nathan Dugan, Harrison Mullin, and Lee Scott

CSA students and CSA volunteers who competed in the squash competition on Saturday, April 27

Going Ivy, led by co-captains Michael Motch & Brett Heekin, took home the CSA Cup trophy for their efforts in fundraising and squash. Congrats on the win, and thanks again for being such great ambassadors of CSA!

"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire."

–– William Butler Yeats

Help us light the fire.