Too many kids have been priced out of playing youth sports.

At Every Kid Sports, we believe every kid deserves the chance to play sports. Why? The positive impact and outcomes experienced through participation, that’s why. Be it social connection, mental/emotional well-being, or physical development, so much is in play.

The #1 barrier keeping kids from income-restricted families out of youth sports is cost. By paying the registration fees required for youth sports participation, we’re providing access to everyone and everything in play.

We pay. Kids play. 

We partner with individuals and organizations to fund our Every Kids Sports Pass. This program removes the financial obstacle of participation. Our goal is to help 100,000 kids from low-income families play youth sports. Together, we’ll make that dream their reality.  

Choose your participation path.

Our solution: The Every Kid Sports Pass.

80¢ of every dollar given goes towards paying an income-restricted kid’s
recreational youth sports registration fees.

A high-level overview of what we do and why we do it.

Our motivation: An un-level paying field.

$11 return on investment for every dollar spent.

Researchers* estimate the average benefit-cost ratio for Social Emotional Learning interventions is 11 to 1. This means that, on average, for every $1 invested in Sports, there is a return of $11 due to improved health and increased work and earnings, as well as reductions in substance abuse, crime, and incarceration.

UP2US (Link to the study)

The average child spends less than three years playing a sport, having to quit by age 11.

Cost is the issue. 33.4% of kids ages 6 to 12 from homes with $25,000 or less were physically inactive, compared to just 9.9% of kids from $100,000+ homes.

2019 Project Play (Link to study)

Our partners

Founding Partner

A message from our Co-Founder and
Executive Director, Natalie Hummel.

Every Kid Sports origins.

Co-founder and Executive Director Natalie Hummel shares the motivation for the formation of Every Kid Sports.