United Lacrosse Association is the premiere place to play lacrosse in Kansas City if you live in the Jackson County and surrounding Kansas City area. We service Kansas City, Lees Summit, Blue Springs, Independence, Lone Jack, RayPec (Raymore Peculiar), Ra

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United Lacrosse Association is an all volunteer organization.  Business sponsorships and private donations are some of our most important sources of funds. The United Lacrosse Association and the ULA community recognize that sponsor assistance helps keep our registration fees low and prevents us from having to resort to other fundraising options, such as door-to-door candy and gift sales.  As we are a 501c3, please consider making us your primary yearly charitable organization.

 

Business Sponsorships Levels*

 

Platinum Level - $800

  • Large logo patch on a team's jerseys
  • Your name, logo, and contact info included in our yearly parent guide
  • Email blast to the ULA community announcing your generosity
  • Dynamic web link to your website

 

Gold Level - $350

  • Your name, logo, and contact info included in our yearly parent guide
  • Email blast to the ULA community announcing your generosity
  • Dynamic web link to your website

 

Silver Level - $200

  • Email blast to the ULA community announcing your generosity
  • Dynamic web link to your website

 

Individual / Family Sponsorships

 

Hall of Fame - $5000+ (you will be included in our yearly handout forever)

Individual / Family of the Year - $1000+

All American Individual / Family - $500+

All State Individual / Family - $250+

All County Individual / Family - $50+

Best Sportsmanship Individual / Family - $25+

 

CLICK HERE TO BECOME A SPONSOR

 

*Sponsorship payments are accepted with no expectation that the sponsor will receive a “substantial return benefit” in exchange for the payment, which means payments are not considered taxable advertising for the United Lacrosse Association. The use of sponsor logos and information on jerseys, ULA materials and at events is strictly to acknowledge the sponsor's contributions. According to IRS publication 598, chapter 3, page 8, the use or acknowledgement of a sponsor’s name, logo, and location and contact info with charitable activities is not considered a substantial return benefit and will not cause a sponsorship payment to be treated as taxable advertising income.