Reverse Coed 4s Charity Volleyball Tournament to Support Elevate Refugees Scholarship

Syrian refugees

Register as an individual (suggested donation: $40)
Do you care about refugees and want to do something to help them? Then come play volleyball while helping refugees to elevate their lives! What is the Elevate Refugees Scholarship program launched by Human Rights Society? Why raise funds for this? Refugees take about 10 years, after coming to the U.S., before they catch up to the average salary of a U.S. citizen. If we help refugees close this gap then it will enable them to take care of themselves, their family, and helps them to contribute to their communities more. The newly launched Elevate Refugees Scholarship program seeks to close this gap and support individuals and families to achieve and elevate their lives faster through education or job training. 100% of your donation will go towards building a solid foundation of this program so that more refugees will be greatly helped. More info about the Elevate Refugees Scholarship program here here. City of Seattle has lots of data on refugees and immigrants and you can learn more here. Thank you for considering to join our efforts!

Date: Saturday, 31 March 2018
Time: 11:45 am (warm up), play starts at noon to 6 pm
Location: Terrace Park Elementary Gym
5409 228th St SW, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043
*Only less than 7 miles north of Northgate Mall
Organizer: Human Rights Society
Tournament Director: Alex Sum at alex@humanrightssociety.org

This volleyball friendly is a reverse coed 4s tournament with ‘Queen/King of the Court’ format meaning we will rotate players to play with one another from game to game. General reverse coed 4s rules/format such as:

– Net height: 7′ 4-1/8″

– Female can hit from anywhere on court (guys can hit down behind 10′ line only)

– Women can block anyone (guys can block only guys)

– 3 max women players per side, 2 max guy players per side

– No need to rotate after side out (players usually stay in same spot)

– We’ll decide final rules depending on the gender mix of players that will play

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Questions? Email Tournament Director Alex Sum at alex@humanrightssociety.org

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