Tel: (916) 391-6000

Fax: (916) 391-6837

Email: sasfrentals@gmail.com

Address:
9040 High Tech Court,
Elk Grove, California 95758

Want to Volunteer?

There are many ways to help the Sacramento Asian Sports Foundation. Volunteers assist at the many events hosted by the SASF. In addition, there are many SASF committees and subcommittees that may be of interest to you.

Pick an event and share your talents!

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TAIKOPROJECT

SASF Annual Benefit Dinner Show

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The Challenge

Sacramento's Ultimate Basketball Skills Competition

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Rental Information

Please contact our Facility Manager: Evan Kanenaga Telephone (916) 391-6000.

Basic Hoops

1st Annual Community Dinner

2010 Crab Feed

Martin Yan

News and Events

The Sacramento Asian Sports Foundation (SASF) is committed to promoting and supporting sports programs for youth, and young adults that develop character, leadership, citizenship, and sportsmanship. With this in mind the summer league program was uniquely built on a concept we call "the circle of life." It is our desire to teach, show, and instill in our youth a passion for community and giving back. Our summer league is an opportunity for our youth to enjoy the "sport" of basketball, develop new friendships, minimize the emphasis on "winning" and max out the idea of "family and fun." It is our dream that kids who play in the rookie and lower divisions will find the confidence to cycle back in, become a coach, and at some point a future leader who will keep the program going thus fulfilling "the circle of life." The majority of our youth participate in different levels of competitive sports that involve a high level of commitment, work, and dedication to become the best and to win. Many are in programs that work-out and train year round. The SASF program was consciously built to provide a positive experience and environment for both competitive and non competitive players.

How are we unique? The coaches are teens and college students from our community. Teams are drafted by the coaches to ensure a mixture of players from different organizations and skill level. Parents who usually sit on opposing sides now sit together to cheer for their children. Siblings run around. Grandparents come out to watch. New friendships are made at every age level and old friendships are renewed. For us, success is measured by the laughter, the hugs and handshakes, the adulation in the eyes of a 2nd grader when their 9th grade coach gives a high-five, the excitement and nervousness of a first time coach, the confidence from our youth referees...we are building our youth for the future...the circle of life. Our program is unique, not better, but we truly believe it's good for our kids. We hope you agree and that you will enjoy being part of our family.

Boys Schedule
Girls Schedule
Rookies Schedule
Registration Flyer

E-Waste Donation

All you have to do is go to the following website:
www.eWaste4good.com

Fill in your information and enter our organization as the beneficiary. Within a few days a dispatcher will call you to schedule a FREE at home or office pickup date. Then, your electronics will be picked up, recycled and the proceeds will be sent to our organization. You can also call eWaste4good at 800-317-3112

Items we pickup, working or not:

All Televisions Video Games Scanners Networking Equipment
Computer Monitors Computers Laptops Keyboards
Fax Machines Calculators Stereo Systems Mice
Desktop Copiers Cell Phones Medical Equipment Misc Wires and Cords
Telephones Printers Power Tools Speakers
Vacuum Cleaners Household Phones Small Appliances And Much More!

2015 Newsletters

Mar 17, 2015

In continuing with SASFs mission to promote community and develop youth leadership through sports, we are very excited to announce the piloting of a brand new basketball event: “The Challenge”!

The Challenge is a unique event that will test and showcase your hoop skills in several competitions, such as: The 3-Point Contest, Skills Challenge, 3-on-3 Tournament, and more! This is a co-ed team event specifically designed for incoming 3rd-12th grade kids who currently participate in at least one of Sacramento’s NCCL organizations, Sacramento Rebels, Sacramento Barons, or Sacramento Warlords organizations.

The Challenge will be held at the SASF facility on August 1st and 2nd (for incoming 3rd - 6th graders) and August 15th and 16th (for in-coming 7th - 12th graders). Participants will enter in co-ed teams of three. Entry fees are $20/player for incoming 3rd – 6th graders and $30/player for incoming 7th – 12th graders. Each organization will have a designated Challenge Coordinator in charge of registration. The registration deadline for this event is May 31, 2015. Space is limited so we encourage you to sign-up as soon as possible. In addition to the basketball competitions, there will be other festivities outside, plenty of outdoor seating, live DJ, and delicious food as the SASF kitchen will be open.

SASFs goal in hosting this event is to continue providing our local organizations with a platform to participate in sporting competitions while encouraging community bonding. This is a great way for SASF to give back to the community that helped make our organization possible. We welcome you to come out and enjoy the festivities and support our community’s youth as they compete in The Challenge!

The Challenge: What you need to know. . .

Who:
Boys and girls entering 3rd-12th grades in the 2015-16 school year. This is a Co-Ed Team Challenge for all NCCL Organizations (SJUMC, Betsuin, CCC, Florin Buddhist), Sacramento Barons, Sacramento Rebels and Sacramento Warlords.

 

When:
August 1-2, 2015: Purple & White Divisions
Event kicks off at 9:00 am both days.

August 15-16, 2015: Blue, Silver & Gold Divisions
Event kicks off at 9:00 am both days.

Where:
SASF Bel Air Wong Family Center
9040 High Tech Ct, Elk Grove, CA 95758

Registration:
Participants must register in Teams of 3. Each Team must have at least 1 girl and 1 boy. There may be 2 girls and 1 boy or 2 boys and 1 girl.

There is a 20 team cap for each division so we encourage you to apply as soon as possible. Each organization will have a Challenge Coordinator in charge of registration. Your organization’s coordinator can assist you with your Registration, entry fees, and team set-up if necessary.

Organization Challenge Coordinators:
- Betsuin: Martin Matsuda, mymatsuda@att.net
- CCC: Joey Lee, joeylee47@hotmail.com or Kenton Fong, thefongs@comcast.net
- Florin Buddhist: Scott Louie, scottlouie@chevron.com
- SJUMC: TBD
- Sacramento Barons: Dina Ito, dina.ito@me.com
- Sacramento Warlords: Steve Murakami, smurakami1@msn.com
- Sacramento Rebels: TBD

Entry Fee:
$60 per team ($20/player) for 3rd- 6th Grade
$90 per team ($30/player) for 7th-12th Grade
*Entry fee include t-shirt for each participant
Make checks payable to: SASF Challenge

Awards:
For each division, awards will be distributed as follows:
- Event Winners: 1st Place winners of each Challenge Event
- Overall Challenge Winners: 1st, 2nd & 3rd place

Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities:
Help support our event by becoming a sponsor!

Corporate Sponsorship Package - $ 275
- Logo on back of participant shirts (estimated 300 participants)
- Logo on SASF The Challenge Website
- Logo in Fall 2015 SASF Quest Newsletter (mailed to approximately 5,000 supporters & posted on SASF website for 6 months)

Deadlines:
May 31, 2015 Registration Form with Entry Fee
June 15, 2015 Sponsorship Fees & Company Logo

SASF appreciates your support! We thank you for your participation and look forward to having everyone join us for our new event!

For more information about The Challenge or to become a sponsor please visit www.sasfquest.org or email Glenn Tsang at: glenn@jccinsurance.com

Challenge PDF
Corporate Sponsorship Form
Registered Teams List
SASF Challenge Registration Packet (3rd-6th Grade)
SASF Challenge Registration Packet (7th-12th Grade)

Mar 11, 2015

For more information, download the flyer!
2015 Flyer

Application

Mar 04, 2015

Email Taylor for more info or to buy tickets

Strive For Strength is a non-profit organization run out of the Sacramento Asian Sports Foundation. We are high school teenagers trying to inform, educate, and empower young women in our community about life lessons mand social pressures. We are raising money for our annual retreat that will be held on March 27, 2015. You can help support us by buying a bento dinner to go, come and watch the "Bully" movie, or do both... buy and eat your bento dinner at SASF and watch the "Bully" movie

Jan 08, 2015

Jul 21, 2014

***NOTE***:  Dinner on MONDAY of Basic Hoops has been changed to CURRY CHICKEN OVER RICE.  

Jun 11, 2014

2014 Summer Basketball League

The Sacramento Asian Sports Foundation (SASF) is committed to promoting and supporting sports programs for youth, and young adults that develop character, leadership, citizenship, and sportsmanship. With this in mind the summer league program was uniquely built on a concept we call "the circle of life." It is our desire to teach, show, and instill in our youth a passion for community and giving back. Our summer league is an opportunity for our youth to enjoy the "sport" of basketball, develop new friendships, minimize the emphasis on "winning" and max out the idea of "family and fun." It is our dream that kids who play in the rookie and lower divisions will find the confidence to cycle back in, become a coach, and at some point a future leader who will keep the program going thus fulfilling "the circle of life." The majority of our youth participate in different levels of competitive sports that involve a high level of commitment, work, and dedication to become the best and to win. Many are in programs that work-out and train year round. The SASF program was consciously built to provide a positive experience and environment for both competitive and non competitive players.

How are we unique? The coaches are teens and college students from our community. Teams are drafted by the coaches to ensure a mixture of players from different organizations and skill level. Parents who usually sit on opposing sides now sit together to cheer for their children. Siblings run around. Grandparents come out to watch. New friendships are made at every age level and old friendships are renewed. For us, success is measured by the laughter, the hugs and handshakes, the adulation in the eyes of a 2nd grader when their 9th grade coach gives a high-five, the excitement and nervousness of a first time coach, the confidence from our youth referees...we are building our youth for the future...the circle of life. Our program is unique, not better, but we truly believe it's good for our kids. We hope you agree and that you will enjoy being part of our family.

Also, for you mini hoopers, who want to learn some basic skills, we have our Basic Hoops in August! Check back soon for applications!

Youth Form
Mens Forms

Youth Divisions

Rookies is a co-ed division for boys and girls entering the 2nd and 3rd grades in the Fall of 2014. Rookies play on Friday nights. Observation play is on Friday June 27th and July 11th from 630-8 p.m. with check-in starting at 6:00. There is no league on Friday July 4th. Games are at 5:30 and 7:00 p.m. beginning on Friday July 18th and ending on August 1st.

Girls play on Monday and Wednesday nights. Observation play is on Monday June 23rd and Wednesday June 25th. Games are at 5:30, 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. beginning June 30th and ending on July 28th. The All-star games will be on Thursday July 31st. The lower division is for girls entering the 4th, 5th, and 6th grades in the Fall of 2014. Observation play is from 6-7:30 p.m. with check-in starting at 5:30 p.m. The upper division is for girls entering the 7th, 8th, and 9th grades in the Fall of 2014. Observation play for upper girls is from 7:30-9 p.m. with check-in starting at 7:00 p.m.

Boys play on Tuesday and Thursday nights. Observation play is on Tuesday June 24th and Thursday June 26th. Games are at 5:30, 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. beginning July 1st and ending on July 29th. The All-star games will be on Thursday July 31st. The lower division is for boys entering the 4th, 5th, and 6th grades in the Fall of 2014. Observation play is from 6-7:30 p.m. with check-in starting at 5:30 p.m. The upper division is for boys entering the 7th, 8th, and 9th grades in the Fall of 2014. Observation play for upper boys is from 7:30-9 p.m. with check-in starting at 7:00 p.m.

Please note: Teams are drafted by the coaches on the last night of observation play. The coaches will call to let you know who they are, what team number and color, and what time the first game is. If you do not receive a call by Saturday night, contact your Division Coordinator. Their names and cell phones are on the summer league game schedules posted at SASF or on the website at www.sasfquest.org .

Rookies
Kory Bartlett
996-9443
kory_bart@yahoo.com
Justin Hu
541-1674
justin.hu95@gmail.com
Lower Girls
Todd Fong
995-8440
toddafong@gmail.com
Upper Girls
Russell Fong
215-8941
russell.fong@hsr.ca.gov
Lower Boys
Dave Nubla
826-1610
danubla@gmail.com
Upper Boys
Kevin Wong
425-6492
kevinpwong@att.net

For those parents who would like to know the game schedule ahead of time, a blank schedule without player info is posted on our website at www.sasfquest.org . After teams are selected complete schedules will be posted on the website and at SASF. If you have any concerns during the course of the league, please talk to the Division Coordinator before approaching the coaches. All games are played at:

SASF (Sacramento Asian Sports Foundation)
9040 High Tech Court
Elk Grove 95758
916-391-6000

We look forward to seeing you at our gym for another great summer of basketball! And don’t forget – our famous snack bar will be open.

Adult Division

Mens is for players 18 years and older however those entering 10th – 12th grades in the Fall of 2014 can register and will be considered. Observation play is on Tuesday June 24th and Thursday June 26th from 9:30-11 p.m. Check-in begins at 9:00 p.m. both days. Men play on Tuesdays and Thursdays nights. Games are at 9:30 and 10:30 p.m. beginning July 1st and ending on July 29th. Please note: Teams are drafted by the team captains on the last night of observation play. To be considered for the draft, you must turn in a paid, completed, and signed registration form. The team captain will call to let you know what team and the time of the first game. Schedules are posted on our website at www.sasfquest.org . If you do not receive a call by Saturday night please contact the Adult Men’s Coordinator

Forrest Taira
(916) 833-8360
FTaira916@gmail.com

If you have concerns during the course of the league, please talk to Forrest before approaching the team captains. All games are played at:

SASF (Sacramento Asian Sports Foundation)
9040 High Tech Court
Elk Grove 95758
916-391-6000

We look forward to seeing you at our gym for another great summer of basketball! And don’t forget – our famous snack bar will be open until 9:00 p.m. so come out early.

Schedules

2014 Rookies
456 Boys
789 Boys
789 Girls
456 Girls
Men sched blank.doc

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