The following groups and organizations have been generous in their sponsorship of the Saguaro Cup Sports Festival. In turn, we ask that you please reciprocate their generosity and show them your support.
Cactus Cities Softball League (CCSL) seeks to foster and augment the self-respect of all gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, trans-gendered and questioning (GLBTQ) persons and to promote respect and understanding from the larger community both on an off the field. Most importantly however, this is not possible without the constant and generous support of our sponsors and donors.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please do not hesitate to contact us.
These groups and organzations have been so generous with our Cactus Cities Softball League sponsorships, that they have been given honorary sponsorship status. In order to achieve this recognition, the organization has to donate at least $2,500 to the Cactus Cities Softball League during a single season. Like with all of our sponsors, we appreciate it if you show reciprocity for their generosity and give them your support.
Created in 1977, the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance is an organization that promotes amateur sports competition, particularly softball, for all persons regardless of age, sexual orientation or preference, with special emphasis on the participation of members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) community. NAGAAA's current membership includes over 680 teams from 37 leagues throughout the United States and Canada.
Created in 2007, the Amateur Sports Alliance of North America is a new sports association dedicated to promoting amateur athletics for the gay and lesbian community. ASANA's current focus is on the development and support of women's softball with 26 member cities and as host to the Softball World Series. Before emerging as our own organization, the women's division was a part of the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance (NAGAAA) with our first women's division competition played in Milwaukee, WI in 1985. Moving forward, ASANA will continue to grow and support gay and lesbian athletics for all.