We draw from the towns of Suffield, Windsor Locks, East Granby, Granby and Hartland but are a family nonetheless. Run strictly by volunteers who love the game, we are united in our desire to spread enthusiasm for football and cheerleading in all of the c
Suffield/Granby Youth Football and Cheerleading is administered, funded and coached 100% by volunteers. It is not a town sponsored program. Within the course of the regular season, We host four home games requiring more than 40 jobs to be filled by volunteers for a great game day. The $50 work bond is a step taken to ensure that all families share in the work. At the end of each season, the We are only as strong as the volunteers who willingly commit their time and energy to its success.
Each family must sign up for 6credits per child in the program (Max=10 hours for multiple family players/cheerleaders in program).
Food Booth = 2 credits; all other jobs = 1 credit
A minimum of 2 credit per child must be in the food booth.
Sign the log book (located at food booth) to receive credit for job.
If you are unable to fulfill an assignment, please find a replacement (a complete schedule by game will be posted under the “Volunteer” tab).
Additional credits may be required if Jets host post season play.
Set-up - Field and food booth including displaying sponsor signs and getting snacks ready for Team Parents. Great job for D Team families as arrival at field is 1 hour earlier than game.
Food Booth - Flip burgers and hot dogs, make breakfast sandwiches, sell candy, snacks and drinks. Sign up during an earlier or later game so you won’t miss your child’s game.
50/50 Raffle - Sell raffle tickets during the 1st half of the game to spectators for both teams; 50% of money collected goes to the Organization, 50% goes to the winner
PA Spotters - Report to the announcer player info (jersey #, name, team) for game action
Clean Up – field and food booth after the last game; includes picking up sideline numbers and sponsor signs. Great job for B team families – last game of the day!
1. Send emails for practices (changes times etc)
2. Assist in collecting paperwork (birth certificates, health form etc)
3. Purchase and bring snacks/drinks to the games
4. Assist families with any questions, concerns etc.
5. Assist with banquet
6. Assist in reaching out about fulfilling volunteer credits at practices
Chain Gang no longer included in jobs for 2014 season. A new NCFL bylaw permits visiting team these duties given the chain gang’s proximity to the visiting team coaches and players.