Reason 4: Service and Support
4.Service and Support
Making the decision to charter with Little League is step one, but what comes next? Via telephone, email or social media (Facebook and Twitter), the volunteer staff in your area and the full-time professional staff at Little League’s regional offices and at Little League International are available to answer questions and address concerns regarding the operation, public relations, insurance and organization of a community Little League.
A free rules interpretation service (via telephone, email and Facebook); free Operating Manuals to local board members; free rule books; free tax exemption assistance and access to a series of education materials are among a vast assortment of resources in place to provide service and support to local leagues. Via the Internet, Little League International offers free-of-charge training and education websites to all of its chartered leagues, at: www.LittleLeagueCoach.org and www.LittleLeagueUmpire.org.
As part of Little League’s Child Protection Program, the Family Trusted Child ID Fund Raising Program is available, at: LittleLeague.ChildID.com/order. For more information on how to become a part of Little League and gain access to these benefits and more, please complete the Affiliation Information Request Form.