RallyMe and the Junior Volleyball Association (JVA) have partnered to provide a new, state-of-the-art fundraising platform exclusively for JVA member athletes and teams.

“In working with RallyMe, our goal is to provide a seamless, secure, and proven method for our member athletes, teams and clubs to utilize the power of online fundraising so that they can achieve their athletic goals,” said Jenny Hahn, Executive Director of JVA.

JVA members will use JVA.RallyMe.com to create and launch their own online fundraiser and share it with their networks and beyond so they can raise support for any athletic endeavor, including travel and training costs, club or league fees, injury or rehab costs, equipment, scholarship funds, camps, and coaching.

RallyMe, a SportsEngine/NBC Sports-owned company, has helped thousands of athletes and teams raise millions. “We are excited to expand our services to one of the fastest-growing sports in the country,” said Bill Kerig, RallyMe Founder. “Our goal is to assist JVA in its mission to offer stellar resources and benefits to its members.”

For more information on fundraising for your club, team or player, click here.

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.

About RallyMe

RallyMe is the No. 1 online sports fundraising platform. RallyMe has partnered with over 37 sports National Governing Bodies and top sports organizations across the globe to help athletes, teams and organizations raise the funds they need to train and compete. Thousands have raised millions on RallyMe. The platform is safe, secure and provides sophisticated tools and templates to help athletes and organizations raise funds through their personal and social media networks. CNBC called RallyMe the “Gold medal standard” for athlete crowdfunding. RallyMe is owned by SportsEngine, an NBC Sports Group company. Learn more at http://rallyme.com