About our Sponsorship Program


We could not serve the boys & girls of Tomball without our community support!!!

The Tomball Patriots Booster Club is one of ten organizations that comprise the All American Youth Football & Drill Team (AAYFDT) league. Our booster club has four football teams and three cheerleading/drill teams and averages 100 football families and 100 drill team families.

The football teams are divided into five divisions - Flag, and Tackle for Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Senior with players ranging in age from 5-12, while the drill team squads are divided into three divisions - Junior, Senior & mascot divisions with participants ranging from 3 ½ to12 years of age. Our season begins with practices in July and wraps up the weekend before Thanksgiving with the Super Bowl Championship and Drill Team Competition.

The heart of any volunteer organization is, of course, its volunteers and sponsors. We are asking the local businesses in the community to help sponsor these children. The task of putting these players and dancers on the fields requires a substantial amount of money. To maintain our competitive level we are asking for your donation to help purchase game and practice equipment, as well as pay the other mandatory fees associated with game and practice fields.

Submit a donation in the name of a player or dancer and get $50.00 back for every $250 donated (maximum refund equal but not greater than the registration fee paid).

Note: The Tomball Patriots and Liberty Belles, under the AAYF DT Organization, are recognized by the IRS as a 501(C) (3) Tax Exempt Organization and any donation contributed may be claimed as a tax deduction.

If you have any questions related to sponsorships or our organization in general, please contact our sponsorship director.

2018 SPONSORSHIP DIRECTOR:
Roxana Masterson
sponsorship@tomballpatriots.com

 

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