Fall Responsible Sports Community Grant is Open!

What would your organization do with $2,500? It’s time to find out — the Fall 2012 Responsible Sports Community Grant from Liberty Mutual Insurance has officially started!

The Cincinnati United Soccer Club from Cincinnati, Ohio, which won a Responsible Sports Community Grant in Spring 2012, had this to say about how they planned to use their grant.

"The Responsible Sports grant is a wonderful method for ensuring that our coaches, parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles are all on the same page when it comes to Responsible Sports. By promoting our efforts to win the grant, we also promoted responsibility in sports by all participants, not just the youth players,” said team administrator David Trapp. “The program is as effective as it is unique. The grant itself will assist our coaches and players in developing more programs and provide opportunities to the youth of the Cincinnati area who might not otherwise receive a chance to participate." 

How can you be successful in Fall 2012 and perhaps be one of our next Responsible Sports Community Grant winners?

  • Sign up for Extra Point.  Get insight about the Community Grant and exclusive tips on the best ways to earn a grant
  • The Community Grant Toolkit.  Full of free, easy-to-use marketing tools to help you earn one of the grants

Remember the Responsible Sports Community Grant program is a great opportunity for your organization to earn money. Use it to purchase equipment, fix up fields, for travel funds, player scholarships, or whatever could most help your organization.

Not sure how to get started? Visit the Fall Community Grant details page for more information.

G​et started today!

The Liberty Mutual Responsible Sports™ program supports volunteer youth sports coaches and parents who help our children succeed both on and off the field.  We offer many youth sports resources including $2,500 community grants, instructional videos, weekly tips, peer and expert advice, and coursework for those interested in improving the youth sports experience for all involved.


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