ABOUT THE NATASHA WATLEY FOUNDATION
The Natasha Watley Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is committed to diversifying the game of softball at every level through character, community, coaches, and competition while removing the barriers of gender, race, and resources to create more opportunities for girls and women to be leaders on and off the field.
The organization was founded in 2009 by 2X Olympian, Natasha Wately, and has served more than 5,000 girls throughout Southern California. By leveraging the intrinsic power of softball, community, and our 4 Points of the Diamond curriculum, participants build confidence, softball skills, and life skills necessary to become leaders of tomorrow.
Investing in the women that lead and the girls that learn.
We believe that girls who play sports become women who will change the world. Women and Women of color are leaders in the softball industry and the world.
- Develop confidence and self worth in our players and coaches
- Increase awareness of the sport of softball in all communities, especially communities you’ve historically been denied access to the sport
- Teach players to advocate for themselves and their peers