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20 Tips for Team Parents to Have a Successful Sports Season

20 Tips for Team Parents to Have a Successful Sports Season

Being a team parent is a great way to get involved with your child’s team as well as meet new people. With this checklist of tips, you can stay one step ahead of the game, and you’ll help your team have a positive season....


10 Incredibly Healthy Soccer Snacks!

10 Incredibly Healthy Soccer Snacks!

Although there are a zillion packaged snacks to be found on grocery shelves, most of them are high in sugar, high in fat, and lacking the most important element… real, nutritional value. Soccer snacks need to be easy, quick and handy, but convenience doesn’t mean you can’t sneak some better-for-you options into your soccer season....


25 Ways to Increase Good Sportsmanship

25 Ways to Increase Good Sportsmanship

Learning good sportsmanship in youth sports is not automatic. Parents and coaches must be intentional about teaching kids to develop a team player attitude. The following tips will help you instill good sportsmanship in young athletes....


25 Unique Youth Sports Fundraising Ideas

25 Unique Youth Sports Fundraising Ideas

Tired of selling cookie dough and candy bars? Here are some unique and fun ideas for raising funds for your youth organizations. 1. Rent-a-kid. Set up opportunities to serve. Kids can clean, mow the yard, read to someone, or even babysit--whatever the buyer needs for an afternoon....


Help a Youth League Succeed with Committed Volunteers

Help a Youth League Succeed with Committed Volunteers

Youth sports survives on volunteers. If your child plays a sport, it’s your duty, and hopefully your pleasure, to find a way to help out! If you’re the lucky team mom or dad in charge of recruiting volunteers, here are some ideas that should make the job a bit easier....


The Dallas Cup Coordinates 3000 Volunteers with Ease

The Dallas Cup Coordinates 3000 Volunteers with Ease

Coordinating 3000 volunteers for the oldest international youth soccer tournament in the United States is no small feat. That’s why organizers of the Dallas Cup turn to SignUpGenius.com for assistance. With 160,000 spectators coming to watch the games during the week between Palm Sunday and Easter each year, the small staff for the soccer tournament have to rely on volunteers for almost every facet of the event....



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Be a Pro Organizer this Year!
  You just cracked open the 2015 planner, but it doesn’t take long for your calendar to get cluttered with volunteer opportunities, fundraising obligations, events and extra-curricular activities....

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