June 1, 2020
Chilliwack FC U4-U8 Spring League Coordinator Hans Kreitner has joined the Lock-in for Love: Home Edition, helping animals from home in a virtual fundraiser for the BC SPCA Chilliwack Branch. Hans has set a goal to raise $500 by June 13 and he needs your help. Join us in supporting the BC SPCA by making a donation via the link below and sharing this post!
June 1, 2020
An invitation from Vancouver Whitecaps FC:
You can find full instructions at whitecapsfc.com/skillsclinic. We run the Live Skills Clinic Monday to Friday at 2 p.m. PT sharp.
To participate you will need a computer, laptop, phone, or tablet that can connect to Zoom, and that you can position with your camera on your space (for you to watch and join in).
HOW TO JOIN:
To join the training session you can either go to the website link above and click the “Join Now” button, or use this direct Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/891358396
You can find the password for each days session at www.whitecapsfc.com/skillsclinic
WHAT YOU NEED:
The requirements for each day will be posted at whitecapsfc.com/skillsclinic each morning. Generally, what is required includes…
And wear your Whitecaps gear, or your club team gear!
INSERT YOUR TEAM NAME:
Once you join on zoom, please make sure to put your team name in brackets with your user name. Example: Zach Howe(Whitecaps FC)
Instructions on how to change your name using “rename”: https://teaching.nmc.edu/knowledgebase/changing-your-name-in-a-zoom-meeting/
IF YOU WANT TO BE FEATURED (OR NOT FEATURED):
During the session we feature participants on our main screen for everyone to see, and our coach provides positive encouragement and feedback.
If you want to be featured, please turn your video ON (Start Video). If you don’t want to be featured, please turn your video OFF (stop video). This will be on the bottom panel.
May 22, 2020
In response to the health authority’s recommendation that protective masks be worn to prevent the spread of COVID-19, SoccerPlus, the soccer apparel and supplies store owned and operated by Chilliwack FC, will be selling branded masks as a fundraiser for the new Chilliwack FC Soccer Fund created by the association’s Executive.
“We know our membership is eager to resume soccer activities as soon as possible while following health and safety precautions,” chairperson Andrea Laycock said. “Though we haven’t been given direction as of yet as to whether masks will be required while players and coaches are on the field, the Chilliwack FC Executive is certainly considering making masks a requirement for everyone when they arrive at the field and when they leave it.”
The 2 ply polyester washable and reusable masks are one size fits all with adjustable straps, in Chilliwack FC blue, will be sold for $12.99 each with $2.00 from every mask being donated to the Soccer Fund. Online orders via the following link are encouraged: https://www.soccerplusbc.ca/chilliwack-fc-face-mask.html
“The Chilliwack FC Executive believes no child should ever be turned away from playing sports as a result of their family’s financial situation nor should any family be put in a situation of facing financial difficulty so that children can play sports,” Laycock said. “The Chilliwack FC Soccer Fund will provide financial assistance to players and their families who wish to participate in Chilliwack FC but find themselves financially disadvantaged.”
Funds received through the organization’s fundraising efforts with the Chilliwack Chiefs, Mount Cheam Lions Club, the concession at Exhibition Field, HUB Barton Insurance Cash for Kids, and select Chilliwack FC branded merchandise to be available at SoccerPlus will also be contributed to the Soccer Fund.
Once other resources such as Jumpstart, Athletics for Kids, and KidSport have been exhausted, families will be able to apply to the Soccer Fund for assistance with their child’s registration fees. Applications and further information will be provided on the association’s website ChilliwackFC.com
Revised June 4, 2020.
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