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United States Olympic and Paralympic Foundation
The United States Olympic and Paralympic Foundation is a separate nonprofit organization established in 2013 to transform the level of philanthropic support directed to America's Olympic and Paralympic athletes.
A volunteer-driven, staff-supported foundation, the USOPF is the primary source of philanthropic resources for the Olympic and Paralympic movements in the United States. All funds generated by the USOPF are transferred to the United States Olympic Committee as the sole beneficiary of the foundation.
Headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colo., and led by President Jon Denney – who also serves at the USOC's chief development officer — the USOPF is governed by a 60-member board of directors that is headed by Chairman Gordon Crawford.
The USOPF's fundraising initiatives are grounded in the USOC's mission and designed to help American athletes achieve sustained competitive excellence. By generating significant financial resources, the USOPF enables the USOC to make important strategic investments in areas that promote excellence and innovation for Team USA, on and off the field of play.
Ensuring the USOPF's success is one of the USOC's highest strategic priorities.
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