Park City-based food brand will provide financial support and its food products to the Get Out and Play and ACTiV8 programs
PARK CITY, Utah — Kodiak Cakes announced yesterday that it has signed on to be the title sponsor of the Youth Sports Alliance’s after school programs this year.
The Park City-based brand will provide financial support and its food products to the YSA’s Get Out and Play and ACTiV8 programs, which provide students at Park City’s 23 schools with after-school activity opportunities.
“We are incredibly grateful to Kodiak for their generous support and shared vision,” said Emily S. Fisher, executive director of the Youth Sports Alliance. “Their commitment to health-conscious lifestyles and community well-being aligns perfectly with our goals. Together, we can create a brighter future for our youth.”
The Get Out and Play program serves students in grades 1-5, and partners with local organizations to provide affordable recreation opportunities on early release days.
The ACTiV8 program serves tween and teenage students, and focuses on developing eight lifestyle qualities: accountability, confidence, equality, inspiration, kindness, leadership, respect, and versatility.
Last year, more than 2,400 students participated in these programs.
“The Youth Sports Alliance is a perfect match for our company’s philosophy,” said Cory Bayers, Kodiak’s chief marketing oficer. “Kodiak is on a mission to ‘re-wild’ our youth by helping them to get outside and experience all the outdoors has to offer. We are excited to support YSA in their efforts and fuel the adventure of kids from all backgrounds within our own community, paving the way for a healthier future.”