The Midnight Suns Fastpitch Softball Association is a non-profit organization comprised of a group of parent-volunteers who promote, organize, and supervise women's youth fastpitch softball. As young athletes, the Midnight Suns work hard at developing many useful life skills. Players build self-confidence as they reach goals, while challenging themselves against varied competition.
The Midnight Suns Fastpitch Softball Association offers a winter skills development program as well as traveling programs for players from ages 8-18. Throughout the year, MSFSA offers clinics, including pitching and hitting, using local coaches as well as guest coaches brought in from around the country.
A variety of summer programs are planned, including travel to other Southeast communities in the spring and a Southeast Alaska Tournament in July that will be hosted by Ketchikan. Also, the 10U through 18U teams, will travel out of state this year. In the past, teams have traveled to tournaments in Phoenix, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Hawaii, Portland, Salem, Seattle, and Vancouver, B.C.
The Midnight Suns Fastpitch Softball Association is funded through a variety of sources including pull-tab gaming revenues, player fees, fundraisers, and a Youth Activity Board grant from the City and Borough from Juneau sales-tax revenue.