House League Team Sponsorship
Baseball is continuing to grow in our community - but, so are the costs. Please take a moment to review our program and the details regarding the league and sponsorship. Without community minded business leaders like you, our local sports teams would have a tough time surviving and providing the best opportunities and experiences for the players and their families.
Our sponsorship dollars are utilized for the ever increasing costs of running the sport - diamond permits, training, coaching clinics, insurance, uniforms, balls, bats, equipment, umpires...
The Aurora King Baseball Association is committed and dedicated to making sure that EVERY kid who wants to play the great game of baseball will have the opportunity to do so. We will find a way for those families that need help. Our sponsors are crucial to that cause.
We are hoping that you will become a sponsor and league partner this season!
Please contact Melissa Randall, the VP of House League with any questions: email@example.com
Here are some of the sponsor details/benefits :
- Regular game season plus playoffs running from May-August
- Your business name on team jerseys
- Your business name on the league website - www.akba.ca
- Deductible business expense
- Recognition at league events as sponsor
- Players are ages 4-16 - you can pick the age group you prefer to sponsor
- All players/families are residents of Aurora or King
- 1 team: $600
- 2 teams: $1000
- 3 teams: $1250
- 5 teams: $1500
On behalf of the players, coaches, parents and volunteers, we are grateful for your support of baseball in Aurora and King Township!
All Kids Can Play
Sport Aurora Believes That All Kids Can Play in Aurora!
Removing barriers and increasing participation rates, particularly in the youth segment of our Community, is a priority for us.
Financial barriers are sometimes the only reason why some kids can’t join healthy, socially beneficial organized sport in our Town, so to reduce or eliminate that barrier we have developed the Sport Aurora All Kids Can Play Program.
For more information, please visit: http://www.sportaurora.ca/Admin/SideMenu/DispSideMenuContentMain.aspx?TopMenuID=10006&menuID=49&dipIds=undefined
Helping Families Give their Kids a Sporting Chance
One in three Canadian families cannot afford to enrol their children in sport and recreation activities because of financial barriers (Ipsos Reid, 2009). That means that many kids are missing out.
Canadian Tire Jumpstart is dedicated to removing barriers, so children can participate in organized sport and recreation. We see it as equipping kids for life, because participation in organized sport and recreation increases a child’s chance for success in life.
They discover and participate. They gain self-confidence. They develop self-esteem. They learn leadership skills. Their lives become richer. This is the power of Canadian Tire Jumpstart.
Sport Aurora is a local chapter partner and has been identified to work together with its Sports Organizations to identify children in financial need looking to participate in organized sport and recreational activities that require the child to be physically active.
For more information, please visit:http://www.sportaurora.ca/Admin/SideMenu/DispSideMenuContentMain.aspx?TopMenuID=10006&menuID=73&dipIds=undefined
Jays Care Foundation, the charitable arm of the Blue Jays, is proud to announce the extension of its partnership with KidSport. Jays Care will once again invest $100,000 this year which will provide 500 children & youth the opportunity to participate in baseball programs across Canada. In 2014, Jays Care’s $100,000 contribution provided 500 deserving kids a season of baseball and led to a 25% increase in KidSport baseball grants from 2013 to 2014.
Successful applicants will receive differing levels of funds depending on location within Canada. Funds will be submitted directly to successful applicants’ local baseball associations. Read below and see how easy it is to get in the game.
- Children ages 18 and under are eligible to apply
- KidSport considers the social and economic barriers facing the child’s family when determining eligibility for funding
- Applicants must be a Canadian resident
- Successful applicants will have their funds submitted directly to their local baseball association
- Association/program must be a recognized member of the provincial and/or national sport governing body
- Grant applications are subject to additional eligibility requirements that vary by province
- Dollar value of successful grants will vary depending on specific communities and provinces
For more information, please visit: http://toronto.bluejays.mlb.com/tor/community/kidsport.jsp