Adopt-A-Cascade

Cascade student-athletes demonstrate remarkable performance in their sport and in the classroom. To achieve such well-rounded results, they make numerous personal sacrifices and face many challenges meeting the daily demands of full-time education, training, competition, travel and community outreach. 

Contribute to a winning team!

As the Cascades pursue excellence in academics, athletics and community service, team and program demands continue to grow. Building a successful athletics program in the Fraser Valley requires the help of great supporters like you. A financial contribution to the Adopt-a-Cascade program not only connects you to our exceptional student-athletes and varsity programs, your donation makes it possible for student-athletes to be their best, develop their leadership skills and give back to the community we all care about, the Fraser Valley. 

Where the money goes

One hundred per cent of your donation goes toward training equipment, team apparel, travel to non-conference competitions, advanced coaching, training, and student awards.

Online donations

For ease of access, Adopt-a-Cascade donations can now be made online, via the UFV Giving online portal.

Contributions can be directed to a specific Cascades team through the drop-down menu on the donation page, and gifts of $20 and over will receive a tax receipt.

Printable forms

For those who prefer to give via cheque, printable forms are available at the links below. They can be returned to Steve Tuckwood, UFV director of athletics and campus recreation (office T112, phone 604-854-4583).

Men’s Basketball

Men’s Golf

Men’s Soccer

Men’s Volleyball

Rowing

Women’s Basketball

Women’s Soccer

Women’s Volleyball

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Indigenizing at UFV

The University of the Fraser Valley is situated on the unceded traditional territory of the Stó:lō peoples. The Stó:lō have an intrinsic relationship with what they refer to as S’olh Temexw (Our Sacred Land); therefore, we express our gratitude and respect for the honour of living and working in this territory.

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