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Ways to Engage
See list below or click here for more information on Corporate Partnerships.
Change the Game for Low-Income Youth!
Donations. There are multiple ways you can make a enormous difference strengthening communities, boosting health and optimism, and supporting and inspiring local youth. Your donation helps transform the lives of kids in under-resourced communities.
Monthly recurring donation
Giving at work
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Dive in! SCORES offers abundant opportunities to help. Be a referee or Book Zone librarian at weekly game days. Become a volunteer soccer or poetry coach in San Francisco San Rafael, Oakland, Redwood City, or San Jose.
Parents Soccer Tournament
The Friendship Cup Parents Soccer Tournament began as a fundraiser to demonstrate school pride through friendly competition. It has evolved into a family-friendly tournament for all parents.
Weather permitting, kids activities and a BBQ lunch for all included! Tournament in June and in December.
Corporate Soccer Tournaments
Two Events to Choose From!
Two opportunities for fun! One in San Francisco, one in Silicon Valley. Proceeds directly benefit SCORES programs at public schools in low-income communities in San Francisco and Silicon Valley.
The San Francisco SCORES Cup is the Bay Area’s largest corporate soccer tournament bringing together teams from top Bay Area companies for a fun day of soccer, networking, and team-building.
The Silicon Valley Cup takes place at the Sport House in Redwood City in October or November.
Field of Dreams
Turning Asphalt to Turf: We believe all children should have access to high-quality sports and enrichment programs and safe places to play, regardless of their families’ income levels. Working with stakeholders at all levels, America SCORES Bay Area is on a path to install dozens of new soccer fields on asphalt school playgrounds. This citywide urban transformation will benefit more than 10,000 low-income youth.
Join us for celebrations throughout the year honoring our young poet athletes.