The 26 member clubs that received the National Gymnastics Day event grants are listed below in alphabetical order.
- Berks East Gymnastics, Parker Ford, Pa.
- Broadway Gymnastics School, Los Angeles
- Central Coast Gymnastics Sports Center, Inc., San Luis Obispo, Calif.
- Elite Sports Complex, Downers Grove, Ill.
- Elmhurst Gymnastics Center, Elmhurst, Ill.
- Falcon Gymnastics and Fitness, Belle Vernon, Pa.
- Freehold Gymnastics Club, Freehold, N.J.
- Gedderts' Twistars USA, Dimondale, Mich.
- Glasgow Community Center, Natural Bridge Station, Va.
- Gymnastics America, Ann Arbor, Mich.
- Gymnastics Magic Sports Center, Las Cruces, N.M.
- Hart Gymnastics Academy, King, N.C.
- Head Over Heels Inc., Rutland, Vt.
- Inspire Athletics, Elkhart, Ind.
- Jana's Gymnastics, Plymouth, Ind.
- Jump Start Gymnastics, Peoria, Ill.
- North Bay Athletic Association, Vallejo, Calif.
- Piney Woods Gymnastics Training Center, Longview, Texas
- Pinnacles Gymnastics, Sandy, Utah
- Renaissance Gymnastics, East Providence, R.I.
- South Bay Family YMCA, Chula Vista, Calif.
- Superior Gymnastics, Morrisville, N.C.
- Vancouver Elite Gymnastics Academy, Camas, W.Va.
- Wendy Hilliard Foundation, New York, N.Y.
- West Virginia Gymnastics Training Center, Morgantown, W.Va.
- Wrights Gymnastics, Greenwood, Ind.
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