2017 Fees and Travel Costs
Please click here for the 2017 fees and payment schedule
Please keep in mind that fees do not include player travel, the $45 season registration fee (aka tryout fee), RMR USA Volleyball membership, shoes, kneepads, socks, added tournaments or post season.
Flatirons Volleyball offers payment plans (through March) and extended payment plans (through July). The extended payment plans are available upon request. Email our bookkeeper, Renee Loewen of Bottom Line Bookkeeping at email@example.com to request an extended payment plan.
Reduce your club fees by buying groceries!
Flatirons VBC has enrolled in the fundraising program that King Soopers and Safeway stores offer. It’s a program where escript cards can be purchased, loaded with funds from the purchaser then 5% of monies spent on groceries is credited to the athlete, and is deducted from your fees. This is a no cost, painless, easy way to reduce the cost of club volleyball by buying groceries. Participants also get credit for buying gas!
Get more info on the program here.
Do you have a sister who likes volleyball? Flatirons Volleyball Club offers a 10% discount off the younger sibling’s fees. Now both of you can play club volleyball!
Partial scholarships are offered to families who qualify through the Rocky Mountain Region USA Volleyball. To learn more, go to their website at www.rmrvolleyball.org. Click on Juniors at the top of the Home Page. Scroll down and click on “Parents”. Select Shinkara Hardship Application,
Colorado Volleyball Charities, a non-profit organization, assists volleyball families whose lives were affected by tragedy. They are offering scholarships for club volleyball players for the 2016-2017 year. Last year they awarded 5 scholarships worth $2,400. Scholarship amounts will vary upon need and application. Any player participating in club volleyball for the year is eligible to apply. Applications must be submitted by January 8, 2017.
For more info click here, and for an application click here.