(Milwaukee, Wisconsin) The Junior Volleyball Association (JVA) and PaidUp have partnered to provide a thoughtful and successfully proven approach to managing club dues exclusively for JVA member clubs.
“We are very happy to continue our partnership with Paid Up” said Jenny Hahn, Executive Director of JVA. “It can be a daunting task to collect club fees from parents. PaidUp allows coaches to focus on coaching, while making it simple for parents to stay up to date on club dues. With its track record of increasing the percentage of payments collected, plus outstanding customer service, PaidUp is a great service for our member clubs.“
In addition to offering JVA clubs a significant discount, PaidUp will provide clubs with education and guidance centered on budgeting, accounting and finances.
“We are so fortunate to be partnered with JVA, an organization focused on doing right by its member clubs” said Allan Rayson, CEO of PaidUp. “It is humbling to be the preferred club dues management provider of JVA and to have them believe in our mission of making youth sports payments easier.“
In 2014 and 2015, the company initially managed payments for over a dozen clubs across California, Florida, and Texas. The success of each team’s progress was so notable, that expansion soon began. By handling the burden of managing payments utilizing their “do-it-for-you” approach, club directors can focus on training, recruiting and retaining the best athletes and coaches.
About the Junior Volleyball Association
The Junior Volleyball Association (JVA) is a non-profit organization that promotes the growth of youth and junior volleyball through program and resource development, education and events. The organization was formed in 2006 with a primary focus of being a voice for junior volleyball club directors and coaches, and to this day is the only organization that is focused entirely on youth and junior volleyball.
PaidUp, born in Austin, TX, is a leading club dues management provider and began with the singular goal of making youth sports payments easier. Co-founder Allan Rayson, a father of three boys active in travel sports, noticed a need in sports club management that hadn’t been properly filled. Felipe Fernandes came onboard and the company was officially launched in 2014 and in December 2014, they took our first payment from their first parent. PaidUp is now in 11 states supporting dozens of clubs and thousands of parents.