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Christopher Dailey Foundation

Spotlight On Saratoga Not-For-Profit

Christopher Dailey PlaqueChristopher Dailey was a spirited 8-year old, a third-grader, beloved son and playmate who loved his family, school, sports, and his many friends. After Christopher's sudden and tragic death on November 21, 2001, Christopher's parents turned the pain of their tragic loss into a commitment to begin a living memorial to their son.

The Christopher Dailey Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that was founded with the goal of constructing a youth recreational facility within the Greater Saratoga Area …a place where local kids could play, learn, and engage in sports activities in a facility bearing Christopher's name, regardless of their financial resources. The Dailey family realized their dream when the gym was opened on March 2, 2006 in the town of Wilton.

The Foundation is actively involved in making contributions to benefit existing local youth activities, including:

  • A new scoreboard at the West Side Recreation Fields in 2003.
  • Purchase of Girl's travel basketball team uniforms
  • Youth sports team sponsorships
  • Contributions to youth hockey, lacrosse and speed skating

The Christopher Dailey Foundation sponsors several fund-raising events throughout the year, including a Golf Tournament in May, and the annual Saratoga Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving morning.

For more information on how you can make a donation to the Foundation, email , or send your contribution to:

The Christopher Dailey Foundation
C/o Mark & Maria Dailey
23 Brookside Drive
Saratoga Springs NY 12866

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