Become a 2017 Corporate Sponsor
Some of life’s greatest lessons are learned on the athletic playing field. Lessons like hard work, dedication, sportsmanship, teamwork, empathy and community spirit, to name just a few.
The mission of the Wells-Ogunquit Youth Football & Cheering Association (WOYFCA) is to enable young people to benefit from participation in team sports and activities in a safe and structured environment. Through this active participation, W.O.Y.F.C.A. programs teach fundamental values, skills and knowledge that young people will use throughout their lives.
As a volunteer-run 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, every dollar we raise goes back into funding our programs. We provide all major equipment for each team, saving our participants several hundreds of dollars each and every season. Your donation allows us to provide the latest and safest equipment and training while keeping our program fees down so that all may participate regardless of income.
BECOME A SPONSOR!
Make an impact in our community and the community notices. The best marketing in any business is "word of mouth" marketing. With prominent logo placement at our game day field events, hundreds to thousands of fans from around the region will see the difference you make. Consider sponsoring our organization below. It's 100% helpful to us, and 100% tax deductible to your organization. It's a WIN-WIN!
Click on the “donate” tab to make your donation online.
Your Donation Helps Keep Them Safe...
In our continuing pursuit of excellence, we have embarked on an aggressive capital fundraising project to purchase new, state of the art Riddell Revolution Speed helmets for the safety of the children taking part in our program.
We recognize the increased awareness around head injuries and concussion in contact sports such as football, and we are taking a proactive approach to ensure our players are safe, healthy and strong.
Our comprehensive strategy includes:
• eliminating headfirst contact by teaching proper tackling, carrying and blocking
• reducing player exposure to risk by increasing awareness through ongoing training of
parents, coaches and field officials,
• and Investing in the best head protection equipment