Athletic Program

*Must be 18 and up to volunteer unless otherwise noted

Each year over 1,000 youth participate in The Salvation Army's Instructional Athletics Program, learning
the importance of team play and good sportsmanship. Always maintaining a Christ-centered atmosphere,
there are pre-game devotions and prayers for each sport. Here, children are taught that winning means
having fun, learning fundamental skills and being a part of a team where he or she makes a difference.
Make a difference in their lives. Volunteer!

Coach: Coach a team of 10-15 children in the sport of your choice towards a healthy active life with strong communications and team building skills!

Winter & Summer Basketball, Baseball, Soccer & Flag Football - practice & games days vary by season; average commitment of 3 hours a week

Concession Stand: Enjoy watching the practices and games while providing snack and drinks for our parents and players!

Gym Attendant: Help the Athletic Director maintan the gym or field by lining fields, organization equipment and concession stand materials. Days and times vary by season.

Girls on the Run!: Instill a lifelong love for physical health and teach girls ages 8-13 the importance of health, confidence, and intrapersonal skills.

Requires physical activity of volunteers; program ends in celebratory 5k race; Tuesdays & Thursdays 4:30pm-6pm

Cheerleading Assistant: Have an extra pep in your step? Help with the cheerleaders learn routines!

Fridays; 4:30pm-5:30pm

Volunteer Referee: Commitment to referee the 4 year old league of your choice for the entire season!

Winter & Summer Basketball, Baseball, Soccer & Flag Football : dates vary by season

Score Keeper: Help keep score of our Basketball games!

Winter & Summer Basketball: dates vary by season