How it Works
We are unique because in addition to the weekly practice and game coaching, we provide post game social events that give players and parents the opportunity to meet others within the community as well as connect with our volunteers and local business contributors.
- 1 Day: One night a week of each sport for the duration of the season. With multiple sports per season, each on a different night of the week, a child can experience a variety of sports with different teammates within the community.
- Snacks: 60 minutes of play followed by free snacks and social time!
- Volunteer Partnership: Our structured environment is supervised by volunteers from within the community as well as from our neighborhood adult social sports league. Our adult members are young professionals in the Baltimore area who are looking to get involved with their own community through the kids programs.
Where we Play
Baltimore Museum of Industry| Banner Field | Carroll Park | Fed Hill Prep | Florence Cummings Park | Francis Scott Key Elementary | Frederick Recreation Center | Goodnow PAL Center | Harford Heights Elementary | Herring Run Park | Herring Run Rec Center | Lakeland Park | Lakeland Recreation Center | Patterson Park | Patterson Park Prep Charter School | Solo Gibbs Park | South Point | UA House at East Fayette | Virginia S. Baker Rec Center
Volo Kids hosts weekly sports leagues for boys and girls ages 6-12!
Our programs bring communities together by removing barriers to athletic participation
Volo Kids provides a structured and fun environment for kids who want to learn a sport, build new skills, play with their friends or make new friends.
We at Volo Kids understand busy schedules and therefore require less of a time commitment from parents by incorporating a one-stop practice and play philosophy (one trip, once a week). With this system, more parents are willing and able to volunteer and participate within the league.
Why we play?
participation rates among kids living in households with incomes below $25K
kids quit sports by age 13
adults that say that sports make a difference in childhood development
children that say “fun” is the main reason they participate in sports