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Fundraiser

Why do we need to fundraise?
Suburban Athletics is a non-profit organization and receives funds via registrations, concessions and fundraisers.  In order to keep registration costs down, fundraisers are heavily relied upon to fund the league's overhead costs and projects.  In addition to uniforms, umpires, sports insurance and field maintenance, the league is dedicated to ensuring the facilities are safe and available for play.

Buy-Outs (Fundraiser Option)

The alternative option to fundraising is the buy-out. The buy-out for one player is $50, Family is $85.

Checks can be made out to Suburban Athletics and collected during the fundraising timeframe OR clicking image below.

EVERY LEAGUE AND TOURNAMENT PLAYER MUST EITHER COMPLETE THE BUY-OUT OR FUNDRAISE (while a "pre-buyout" option was presented last year, this was not an option for 2018 and buy-out money has NOT yet been collected.)

Please note with check if a family buy-out, which players/teams this family buy-out should cover.

 

Click the Image Below to Pay your Individual Player OR Family Buyout


Concession Stand

The fact of the matter is that costs of youth sports are continually rising.  Registration fees cover only a portion of the costs of providing youth baseball and softball. The Suburban Athletics Concession Stand provides additional revenue to offset the cost of youth baseball and softball that registration fees fall short of covering.  Suburban Athletics requires that all parents/guardians work in our concession stand for each of their registered players during the seasons.  The concession stand is generally open for every game beginning in May ending in our league tournaments in July. 

Why do I have Concession Stand Duty?
Suburban Athletics is a nonprofit organization run by parent volunteers.  Suburban Athletics relies on all parents to help throughout the year. 


Can someone else work my concession stand duty?
Yes as long as they are age 14 or older.  Children 13 and under are NOT eligible to work concession stand. You can coordinate this coverage through your player’s coach or team parent.