April 19, 2018 - The Washington Youth Soccer Foundation has been named to the final three organizations for consideration for the Washington Women's Foundation 2018 Pooled Fund grant in the Health category. Learn more about the other great nonprofits in all five categories through the link below. The Pooled Fund grant awards $100,000 to a Washington nonprofit in one of five categories each year.
April 9, 2018 - The Washington Youth Soccer Foundation is proud to announce Jordan Schweitzer has joined the Board of Directors.
Jordan grew up in Everett, playing for Washington Youth Soccer clubs Silver Lake Soccer Club, Evergreen Soccer Club, Crossfire Premier Soccer, and the Seattle Sounders FC Youth Academy before playing college soccer for the University of Denver.
After college, Jordan played for Seattle Sounders FC 2 and became a huge supporter of our Soccer for Success program, speaking to our players about the importance of education and joining in on the field. Playing for Orlando City 2 for the past two seasons, Jordan joined the Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC for the 2018 USL season.
Please join us in welcoming Jordan to the team!
February 12, 2018 - The Washington Women's Foundation today announced its twenty-five finalists for the 2018 Pooled Fund Grant and the Washington Youth Soccer Foundation was selected as one of five finalists in the Health category. The five finalists in each category will submit a proposal for $100,000 over one to three years.
Learn more about the 2018 Pooled Fund Grant and the Washington Women's Foundation at https://wawomensfoundation.wordpress.com/2018/02/08/pooled-fund-grants-2018-top-25-organizations/.
The Washington Youth Soccer Foundation today announced that it was awarded a $114,659 grant through the King County Parks Youth and Amateur Sports Grant Fund to support Soccer for Success programs serving King County youth. Soccer for Success is the U.S. Soccer Foundation’s free, after-school soccer program proven to help youth establish healthy habits and develop critical life skills. The grant will support the Washington Youth Soccer Foundation in reaching more than 1200 youth living in underserved areas of South King County over the next two years.