COVID19's impact on our soccer program goes beyond having to cancel the spring season. It has impacted us financially as well.
Refunding all of our spring registration fees means a loss of critical revenue we rely on run the soccer program.
We suspended spring soccer one week into the season to do our part to protect the health and safety of our players, families and coaches. By that point in the season we had committed or spent a significant amount of the expected registration revenue. To cover this monetary shortfall, we will nearly deplete our savings reducing operational flexibility for future seasons.
Clarigent Health, through its founder and CEO Don Wright, has issued an LYSA Challenge Grant to our soccer community. Don has been a Loveland soccer coach for many years and serves on the LYSA Board.
Clarigent will match dollar for dollar up to $10,000 in donations to offset the expenses incurred this spring.
Please consider making a charitable contribution to the Loveland Youth Soccer Association to take advantage of the LYSA Challenge Grant from Clarigent Health. The LYSA Board is truly appreciative of Clarigent's generous support.
Loveland Youth Soccer Association
The Loveland Youth Soccer Association is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization
Clarigent Health is a Mason based company that provides insight to clinicians for suicide ideation and other mental health issues. Clarigent actively works with the Loveland School District on these issues.