Donate

Help support a youth!

$1000 will support one student student athlete for an entire year. This includes registration fees, field rentals, uniforms, equipment, and special clinics. It supports an athlete through the Spring season, City and All-Star Tournaments, and Summerball; and it allows them to attend our Winter Clinic.

$400 will provide one player with a full scholarship to the program for a single season. This includes registration fees, field time (practice and games), uniform, and equipment (bats, balls, etc.).

$250 will provide one player with all the gear necessary to participate in a program.

Corporate Sponsorships

Corporate sponsorships have a huge impact on the experience of our players and families. Sponsorships offer companies the opportunity to show support for the Bellevue East Little League program, promote a positive brand, increase brand awareness, reach a wider demographic, and help the members of our community.

Different levels of corporate sponsorships are available. To learn more, please email us at fundraising@bellevueeastll.org.

Donate by Check

Please make all checks payable to Bellevue East Little League

Please mail checks to:

BELLEVUE EAST LITTLE LEAGUE
Attn: Treasurer
PO Box 6991
BELLEVUE, WA 98008

Every donation is tax deductible.

Donate Time

We need your support! We are 100% volunteer operated. Bellevue East Little League works with youth across the Bellevue area and it's not possible without help from you.

There are lots of opportunities:

Scorekeeping | Coaching | Umpiring | Managing | Open Board Positions

and many others...

E-mail volunteer@bellevueeastll.org to help out!

Company Matching and Volunteer Hour Match Programs

If you donate monetarily to BELL or volunteer, check to see if your company offers a gift matching program. Many companies have matching and volunteer hour match programs that provide monetary matching for the time you spend helping out the League.

How Your Donation Helps Us

Bellevue East Little League places player and family experience at the top of its list of priorities. We continually strive to improve the experience for our players and families.

These improvements can take place in many ways, including:

  • enhancing our fields and facilities
  • providing scholarships to families needing financial assistance
  • upgrading equipment
  • enhancing our umpire program
  • increasing the number of children we serve, and
  • adding specialized clinics for our players, managers, coaches and umpires

This, of course, requires funding. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit; all our income comes from seasonal registration fees and donations from community members and local businesses. Every dollar helps, and every donation is tax deductible.