Applications now being accepted for 2013 Beneficiaries
We are currently looking for a family to be the beneficiary of our 2012 Soccer Skills Camp. If you know someone who had a child suffering from a life threatening medical condition we would like to offer some financial assistance that would cover medical bills or other costs associated with treatment,
If you, or someone you know is interested please contact us as soon as possible. There are too easy ways to contact us, either by phone 724-728-7274 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our preparations for next year’s camp are already underway and we are in need of your help. If you would like to be apart of the planning committee please contact us, we would love to have your support.
As we celebrate the Thanksgiving Holiday with our families we are sincerely grateful for those of you who have supported us of the past 2 years. Thank you to those who gave of their time, those who donated to the families we help and to all those who help to spread the word about what we are doing. Thank you for all you have done for the families we support, we couldn’t do any of this without you!
Please enjoy your Thanksgiving and remember all that you have to be thankful for!
Kick It for Kylee Board of Director
What we Do:
Kick It for Kylee raises money through a one day soccer skills clinic and 3 v 3 tournament. 100% of the registration fee that you pay to attend goes to helping our Inspirational Family for that year. Our Camp includes the areas best and most qualified soccer coaches from several of the local Soccer Clubs.
Who we are:
We are members of your community who want to help others, and soccer is our tool. We want to build community support for those who need it. We are parents, friends, children, neighbors, and co-workers. We want to encourage children of all abilities to enjoy the game of soccer and to continue to learn from it – not just skills but life long tools that relate to much more than the game.
Kick It for Kylee in the News:
A very special THANK YOU to The Cranberry Journal and the Butler Eagle for interest in Riley’s story and our camp this past summer. You can read about Kick It for Kylee in The Cranberry Journal, Cranberry Patch and in The Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Thanks to these publications for your interest in what we are doing and helping to spread the word!