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FYSA Supports Oklahoma

 
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"The US Youth Soccer community offers its thoughts and prayers to all those affected by the tornadoes in Moore, Okla. and the surrounding area," US Youth Soccer president John Sutter said. "The effort to assist those impacted by this tragedy is our first concern.  Our Region and State Associations are providing support and contributions now.  We plan to do more at the regional championships in June."
 
A moment of silence is planned at the Opening Ceremony in honor of the victims.  The ceremony will be held at 5 p.m. on June 20 at Wantland Stadium on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma.  To assist the relief efforts, a designated area will be set aside for players, families and attendees to make donations to those affected by the tragedy. Items such as water bottles, canned foods and other useful supplies are recommended as donations.
In addition to the donation of goods, the Oklahoma Soccer Association has set up an account to accept monetary donations that will be used to aid relief efforts.  You can make a donation using the following methods:
 
~ 1. Mail a check to:
First Fidelity Bank
PO Box 270725
Oklahoma City, OK 73137
(Please make checks out to: OSA Tornado Relief Fund)
~ 2. Text a donation by texting the word SOCCER to 41444
~ 3. Use the online donation link for either credit card or electronic check — http://bit.ly/19m6C0m
 
More information is available on the Oklahoma Soccer Association web page at www.oksoccer.com. 
 
"Youth soccer is about more than just the game," said Oklahoma Soccer Association president Tom Wedding. "Our community cares about the children and the families who allow us to serve them. We are grateful for the outpouring of support from our youth soccer families, clubs and State Associations across the country. These donations will be used to help those who are suffering from this tragedy."
 

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