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CR United member Volunteer Requirements
- Each family is required to complete 2 hours during the registered season.
- Volunteer hours must be completed by the end of the registered session:
- Mid-October for the fall session
- July 31 for the summer session
- Volunteer hours are fulfilled in the concession stand, during tournaments and other events hosted by CR United SC.
- Please turn in your volunteer agreement to your team manager or coach.
- A $200 deposit check (maximum) per family is required to be turned in to your team manager.
- The check will be shredded upon completion of the required volunteer hours
- Each family is required to complete 4 hours for the entire season (fall, spring/summer).
- Volunteer hours must be completed by July 31 of the registered session (August 1 – July 31).
- Volunteer hours are fulfilled in the concession stand, during tournaments and other events hosted by CR United SC. You will receive email notices and notice on our social media sites when opportunities are available.
- Please turn in your volunteer agreement to your team manager at the start of your season.
*Volunteer requirements, deposit amounts, and roles that meet criteria for qualified hours are subject to change. Information may change from season to season or based on other unforeseen circumstances.
CR United member Volunteer Roles
Become a team manager
CR United teams rely on the organization and communication skills of their team manager. Team managers help the coach keep the team informed about when and where games and practices take place as well as other items such as team meetings or tournaments for competitive. You can volunteer for this role during registration or let the team coach know you are interested in the position. Being a team manager fulfills volunteer requirements.
Become a Coach
CR United has developed special training to help volunteers who may have little or no soccer experience quickly gain the age-appropriate knowledge and skills they need to become outstanding coaches. You can volunteer for this role during the registration for your player. Coaches receive a team Coach shirt and volunteer requirements are waived.
Become a Board Member
The CR United Soccer Club is led by a team of volunteer Board members who help with strategy and implementation of creating a great soccer program for the community. Perks of being on the Board are the ability to influence club direction and goals, discounted rates and more. If you are interested and would like more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join a Committee
Joining a committee is a great way to get involved and showcase your strengths. Help bring the CR United Soccer Club's vision to life: promoting the sport of soccer; providing a safe and healthy atmosphere for our members to participate in organized competition; ensuring our members develop proper skills and sportsmanship; improving the welfare and recreation of the community through the sport of soccer.
Perks of being on a committee are ability to influence club direction and goals, discounted rates and more!
If you are interested in joining a committee, please email the Board Director that oversees the committee you are interested in for more information.
Become a Referee
Register with the Minnesota State Referee Committee to get involved in the game of soccer and get paid!
The referee’s job is to be the official in charge of the game. A referee’s authority extends to everyone at the field, including players, substitutes, team officials, spectators, and even assistant referees. Referees keep the game safe, fair and fun for everyone: the players, the coaches, the spectators, and themselves!
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FUNDRAISING: Hands of the Kingdom
NOTE: *Participation in this program is NOT required and does not fulfill the CR United club required volunteer hours.*
Hands of the Kingdom (HOK) is a non-profit group that organizes concessions sales at various events around the Twin Cities. Some venues require training, others do not. The amounts earned per event/venue vary. Once you have worked, you submit a form to request disbursement and the check is sent once the funds have been donated. This will not impact any taxable income for you, as, HOK is non-profit and the funds are going to another non-profit (CR United).
Below are multiple opportunities for fundraising. Please direct any questions to Adam (Hands of the Kingdom) via the clicked link.
CR United Soccer Club is not the coordinator or organizer of these events. They are opportunities managed by Hands of the Kingdom and can help reduce the cost of soccer registration fees, helping everybody play soccer by reducing financial burdens.
The game time for November 9th has been announced as an 11 am game, which means an 8 am report time and will be done by mid-afternoon. It's expected to be a busy game and volunteers are needed!
The final game of the season will be on Saturday, November 30th. The time is still TBA for that game.
All Target Center events are posted through the link. However, HOK is mainly a supporting role for Totino Grace. If you sign up for events and there are eventually no spots available, they will be deleted in advance. If Target Center has additional volunteer needs, HOK will send updates on the opportunities. The best way to gauge availability and interest in advance is if you sign up for events on the signup link.
There continue to be opportunities to fill in for Vikings games and other US Bank stadium events. All dates/times are listed via the link. Dates will also be added to the signup, with many High School tournaments in the coming weeks.
Stay tuned for potential staffing needs at various U of M venues as the basketball and hockey seasons get underway.
Information should be provided by early 2020 about training for next spring/summer at Allianz Stadium and Target Field. As we enter the new year, HOK will provide more information on potential commitments for upcoming seasons.