You can make a donation by check benefiting "CTCC- Project" and mailing it to 2525 Rochester Road, Suite 450, Cranberry Township, PA 16066. You can print out the form from our "donation recognition" web page, or get a brochure at the municipal building or customer service, or on a separate sheet of paper, list your name address, email address and how you want your recognition to read at that specific level.
Tennis complex: $75,000 One court: $20,000
Pickleball Complex: $75,000 One Court $10,000
Basketball Complex: $50,000 One Court: $20,000
Bocce Complex: $25,000 One Court: $10,000
Community Garden/orchard: $35,000
Shuffleboard Complex: $20,000 One court: $8000
Horseshoe Complex: $20,000 One Court: $6000
Please contact email@example.com in regards to naming rights for the total sport or just one specific court. You may mail in a paper form with a check, complete an online form and mail in a check or complete an online form and pay with a major credit card or bank card via PayPal.
CTCC SportCourts in Graham Park
We are looking for individual sports enthusiasts and sports associations to help us make CTCC SportCourts a reality.
What’s your sport? Are you a bocce enthusiast? A fan of horseshoes? A pickleball proponent? A weekend gardener? Your donation can be targeted to support your specific passion. Donations received will determine how many and which types of courts get built. If not enough money is raised for a particular sport, that area will remain green and available for future development.
Cranberry Township Pickleball Association (CTPA)
(SEE BELOW FOR SPECIAL ADD-ON DEALS FOR SUPPORTING THE PICKLEBALL COURTS)
Our 7th and biggest Project of the Year, the CTCC SportCourts is named in honored of CTCC's 40th Anniversary. Located at the entrance of Graham Park, this project can become the premier spot for many sports associations, tournaments and public play. The project is designed with 4 tennis courts, 8 pickleball courts, two basketball courts, three bocce courts, four horseshoe courts, two shuffleboard courts and a community gardens/orchard.
The exact amount of courts to be built will be determined by how much money is raised for each sport. For example if we raise 25% of the money for tennis ($80,000 out of the $320,000 goal) we will only build one tennis court. Same for all the other sports. So the public can determine what and how many courts will be included in this project by their financial support...