Thank you for your interest in being a sponsor for the Greater Pensacola Figure Skating Club.  The GPFSC offers the opportunity to learn recreational figure skating through the Ice Skating Institute. Lessons are offered from beginner to advanced levels

The Club’s Mission is to develop and support educational programs and opportunities to help skaters achieve their goals, along with the ability to participate in sports competitions.

The Club has existed for over 20 years in Pensacola. GPFSC skates at the Bay Center when ice is available October thru April. GPFSC depends on sponsorships and donations from the local community in order to maintain our financial viability and stability. GPFSC is a 501(c)(3) Public Charity and donations are tax deductible.

Depending on the sponsorship level, your name may appear on our club t-shirts, our website and other social media, in our program at our end-of-year skating show, and acknowledgement at the end-of-year show.

Below are the sponsorship levels and agreement. If you would like more information or know of a sponsorship opportunity please contact President GPFSC or Treasurer GPFSC.

Level Benefits Cost
Bronze Acknowledgement on website, facebook , and in the season end performance program. $100
Silver Same as above $200
Gold  Same as above $500
Ice Flyers Half Time Performance  Acknowledgment and Recognition as Sponsor  $225
End of Season Performance Sponsor Acknowledgment and Recognition as Sponsor $500

Donations may  be mailed to:

Greater Pensacola Figure Skating Club
996 Coronado Ct.
Gulf Breeze, FL 32563

The families and friends of the Club thank you for your interest in sponsorship.  Sponsors will be an integral part of continuing to sustain the Club and allow skaters to develop not only skating skills on the ice, but promote confidence, pride and responsibility for a lifetime.


The GPFSC Board of Directors and Skate Director

Amy Gruszczynski ~ President
Sharon Gaubert ~ Vice President
Sharon Gaubert ~ Treasurer
Jim Smith ~ Secretary
Judy Holmes ~ Skate Director