Support our "Make it Happen" Campaign
Why donate to the Hunterdon Huskies?
While our association is run by volunteers, we still pay for practice fields, indoor facilities, game day fields, game operations, referees, uniforms, financial aid, and insurance. The Huskies rely heavily on donations, fundraising and sponsors to make this a great experience for the children.
A message from our League President:
For the past 43 years, the non-profit Hunterdon Huskies American Youth Football Organization has provided our local youth with the opportunity to excel in football and cheer programs. The commitment required on the field (hundreds of hours during the course of an entire season) and in the classroom builds character, self-reliance, accountability, teamwork, and discipline in our children, which serve them well as they advance in life, as proven by the many scholastic and professional successes of former Huskies.
Making unprecedented Huskies History, our 2016 Pee Wee Football Team earned a AYF Division 2 National Championship title, which was a back-to-back National Championship win for these boys. Our cheer teams followed and in Fall 2017 our D14 placed 2nd in the nation and our D12 earned the 2017 National Champion title.
Our goal is to raise $150,000 during our 2018 Hunterdon Huskies “Make It Happen” Drive. These funds will be utilized to fulfill our immediate objective of ensuring every player has the opportunity make this special trip. These funds will be used to enable future football teams and cheerleaders to participate in the American Youth Football and Cheer National Championships held annualy in Orlando, Florida.
The Hunterdon Huskies organization is a tax-qualified charitable organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Federal Internal Revenue Code so your contribution is tax-deductible (Form W-9 included).
Contributions can be made via the PayPal link above or by mail (checks payable to HBAA):
Hunterdon Huskies, P.O. Box 550, Annandale, NJ 08801
Thank you for your consideration,
Daniel Van Volkenburgh
President, Hunterdon Huskies