Florida's Zoe Unger Named 2012 US Youth Soccer Volunteer of the Year
January 18, 2013 07:45 PM
INDIANAPOLIS (Jan. 18, 2013) — Zoe Unger of Boca Raton, Fla., was honored as the 2012 US Youth Soccer Volunteer of the Year award recipient tonight at the US Youth Soccer Awards Gala, held in conjunction with the 2013 US Youth Soccer Workshop in Indianapolis.
Zoe Unger has long been a volunteer for US Youth Soccer TOPSoccer
and since her 13th birthday, she has planned a service project each year to benefit the program. Now a high school senior, Unger has organized a fundraising event for the past three years that’s grown into a 5v5 tournament. She continues to work as a buddy captain for TOPSoccer and also volunteers for her temple’s youth group and plans to volunteer as a counselor at a camp in Georgia.
The recipient of the Volunteer of the Year award is selected by the US Youth Soccer Board of Directors. The Volunteer of the Year award honors those who are excellent role models for their community. Willingness to promote players and soccer, sound moral and ethical character and increasing the opportunities to participate in soccer are all characteristics of nominees for the Volunteer of the Year award.
For bios on each of the regional award winners, click here