Soccer Ball Kick-a-thon Create some excitement around your upcoming soccer season with a ball kick-a-thon. This kicking contest is simple to organize as it’s a fundraiser that can be held at school or on a community field—for free!
Here's how incredibly easy it is: Each player gets 20 penalty kicks. They ask for per-goal or flat donations from family & friends via their online pledge page. You hold the event at practice and enter the results, and we send you a check the next day.
A kick-a-thon is the best way to score funding for a soccer team. Players can ask their friends and relatives to pledge or donate a certain amount every time a goal is scored. It is like making a wager.
SIKESTON — The Sikeston Bulldogs soccer team will host a Kick-a-Thon Saturday Sept. 25 to raise money for the Gold Out Game to benefit St. Jude Children Hospital. Those interested in participating in the Kick-a-Thon can come anytime between 9 a.m. and 11a.m. on Saturday at the Sikeston High School soccer field at the Sikeston Recreation Complex.
Kick-A-Thon is a joint effort by St. Charles North and East High Schools to raise money to help fight cancer.
We are excited to return this Winter with our 5th Annual Soccer-A-Thon. This fundraiser is designed for our players, families and coaches to collect donations for TSC and Special Olympics TN (SOTN). Our partnership with SOTN helps support them in their mission to provide opportunities for sports training and competition for children and adults throughout the state of Tennessee.
Kick-a-Thon. What: A Kick-A-Thon fundraiser (A jog-a-thon while dribbling a soccer ball) When: Friday, Sepember 29, 2016. Where: Tualatin High School. Each TuHS Boys Soccer player will have ONE HOUR to dribble a ball around a SOCCER FIELD as many times as possible. You may pledge a per-lap amount based on how many laps I complete.
Soccer Kick-A-Thon. This event is fun, promotes physical activity and it’s fun! Set up a goal post in the school field and encourage students and parents to try to score a goal. Better yet, choose a popular teacher, the principal or if you can, a local sports celebrity to be goalie for the day.
On May 3, 2014, AYSO Region 428 Soccer started off "Soccer Fest 2014" with a Kick-A-Thon Fundraiser for the National Games. The event was held at Harts Field...