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Florida Keys Youth Sports Foundation

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  • EIN 20-4618018
  • (305) 453-4093
  • 103900 Overseas Hwy Key Largo FL 33037 USA

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Amateur Sports, Sports

Mission: FKYSF supports youth sports in the Upper Keys such as cheerleading, football and basketball.  Keeping our youth active and involved, teaching them discipline while having fun and encouraging positive attitudes and healthy minds is our goal.

Geographic areas served: Florida Keys

Programs: Provide equipment, uniforms, trophies, referees, advertising, awards and support for youth sports activities in the florida keys.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Client Served

Rating: 5

The FKYSF is one of the best organizations in the Keys. Their dedication to our kids is evident in their tireless efforts to bring programs to our children to keep them active and healthy. My kids have literally grown up on their basketball courts. Their recent efforts last summer in organizing a festival benefiting both our local schools only goes to show their community-wide commitment to our kids in all the Upper Keys. I look forward to many more years with this organization. Scott and Amy Stoky, along with their fantastic group of volunteers, should be highly commended. I thank them, and the whole community must share in this gratitude.


Client Served

Rating: 5

The FKYSF provides various opportunities for the children in the Florida Keys to participate in athletic activities. When school funding was cut, the foundation paired with the Upper Keys schools to raise over $22,000 so that the schools could continue to offer children athletics. This partnership also served to strengthen the interaction between the schools in other areas. The Foundation was very generous with their time, energy, resources and materials to help with a program that times may compete with their own sporting events.