Week 3 is now FULL – please consider week 2 where all skill levels from recreational to elite will be challenged.
Don’t miss your chance to take part in a fun week of camp while enjoying great volleyball instruction! Participants can sign up for our recreational, competitive, or elite camp instructional groups. Athletes will be grouped and challenged based on skill level. There is something for everyone, but don’t wait too long! Our camps are open to male and female athletes but male athletes are encouraged to register for our co-ed week to ensure the ratio of male athletes is suitable. Due to popular demand, we have now opened a rep/elite court for week 2.
Online registration is now open for our summer volleyball camp. Choose from 3 weeks of fun and learning led by qualified coaches who are there to help athletes improve their volleyball skills, fitness, and game IQ!
When registering, it’s important to properly identify the athlete’s skill level (recreational, competitive, or elite). This will help us plan and ensure all skills levels are challenged while having a fun week at camp. Register online.
The application period for 2019/2020 programs is now open.
When families need a little financial boost to get kids involved in a sport, dance team or other active program, they need to fill out an application. This needs to be done before the fees are due, as the money goes right to the organization. Applications for assistance can typically be submitted from January 15 to November 1; with the goal for funding to be equitably distributed over Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter activities.
So your family meets our financial need requirements and your kid is registered, but what about the skates/cleats/racquets/gloves/helmets/uniforms they need to play? Not to worry. Jumpstart has you covered. The application asks for equipment details. Funds can also be provided for adaptive equipment to help kids with special needs.
Some other important points to note as part of the application process:
Cheques are made payable to Durham Rebels Volleyball Club, identified as the “Payee” in the application form. The Payee is a service organization (such as a local Hockey Association or gymnastic club) which coordinates the sports or physical activity on behalf of the qualifying youth/child.
Cheques are never sent to the parent/guardian directly.
All approvals are at the sole discretion of the local Jumpstart Chapter and designated Canadian Tire Regional Manager; and are subject to local demands and Chapter budgets.
If you have additional questions, call 1-844-YES-PLAY.