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You Can Earn $2,500 from Responsible Sports

Brought to you by the Liberty Mutual Insurance Responsible Sports program.

Responsible SportsYOU can be the next US Youth Soccer organization to earn $2,500 from the Responsible Sports Community Grant program! 

Starting on September 1, visit ResponsibleSport.com/Grant and register your organization to participate in the Fall 2013 Community Grant.  Then, it is all about rallying your supporters to read the Responsible Sport Parenting or Responsible Coaching guide, taking the quiz and crediting your organization. 

Not familiar with the Responsible Sports Community Grant program?

The Community Grant program is a free, competition-based fundraising program for youth sports organizations.  Teams, clubs and schools from around the country register to participate.  Once approved to compete, organizations rally their adult supporters to read the Responsible Sport Parenting or Responsible Coaching guide, take a quick quiz and credit their point to the organization.  On November 30, the 15 organizations with the most points earn the $2,500 Grants. 

There are three divisions – large (more than 100 players), small (less than 100 players) and schools. We award 15 grants each period (5 per division).

US Youth Soccer Association had two winners earn $2,500 during the last Grant period. 

CCV Stars 97 Boys Black from Peoria, AZ used the Grant towards offsetting costs to participate in the US Youth Soccer Regional and National championships.

02 Celtic Elite from San Benito, TX, and part of the Arroyo Youth Soccer Club, used the Grant towards tournament expenses and equipment for the team.

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