Updated: June 7, 2011


Score for Kids is an avenue for women and men in Phoenix to support the Mercury by sending more than 4,000 girls and their families to games each season. The goal of the program is to build the confidence and self-esteem of girls who attend, exposing them to Mercury players and giving them positive role models to emulate.

$1000 Gold Sponsorship Donation Includes

  • 100 Mercury tickets, including dinner at a game for each person, donated to the United Way or the charity of your choice
  • Two Courtside Suns tickets and two Courtside Mercury tickets for a game
  • Suns Locker Room Tour and a Mercury Private Practice for you and a guest
  • Photo with a Suns Alum or meet and greet with a Mercury player following a practice
  • Name or business name featured on the jumbotron at all Mercury games

$500 Silver Sponsorship Donation Includes

  • 50 Mercury tickets, including dinner at the game for each person, donated to the United Way or the charity of your choice
  • Two Courtside Suns tickets and two Courtside Mercury tickets for a game
  • Four passes to attend a postgame autograph session with two Mercury players
  • Name or business name featured on the jumbotron at all Mercury games

$250 Bronze Sponsorship Donation Includes

  • 25 Mercury tickets, including dinner at the game for each person, donated to the United Way or the charity of your choice
  • Two lower-level Suns tickets and two lower-level Mercury tickets for a game
  • Two passes to attend a postgame autograph session with two Mercury players
  • Name or business name featured on the jumbotron at all Mercury games

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