Napa United

$605 raised from 16 donations

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Category: Youth & Seniors
OVERVIEW
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How We Impact the Community

Napa United believes all children should be able to play soccer, regardless of their financial situation. Our number one priority is making sure players have the opportunity to have fun playing and learning about the great sport of soccer!

Each year, Napa United teaches approximately 2,000 children the exciting game of soccer. Players are Napa County boys and girls, ranging from 4-18 years old. All levels are taught, from recreational soccer to MLS Next, the highest level of youth soccer in America. A certain level of competitive spirit is good, although it is everyone’s responsibility, including coaches, referees, parents, and other family members, to focus on learning and having fun.

Your donations will help our volunteer-based non-profit organization provide financial assistance. This soccer year, Napa United will provide approximately $70,000 in financial assistance to families in need.

Testimonial

Napa United was my kids’ first experience being on an organized sports team. It was an amazing start to learn about teamwork, social conduct, and cooperation. They are now on club level teams and love every second!

Kari - parent

What a $10 donation buys

Provides a soccer ball to a recreational player or a set of cones to a volunteer coach.

What a $50 donation buys

Helps reduce the cost of a recreation fee by 25%, which is equivalent to three to four weeks of practice, or replaces a worn soccer net.

Other Ways to Help

Volunteers are needed to:

  • Help set up and field marshal recreational game days
  • Line soccer fields
  • Maintain soccer nets/goals
  • Help set-up, run, and clean-up our inaugural soccer fest event

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