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Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser!

Location: Williamsburg Moose Lodge, Banquet Hall
5429 Richmond Road, Williamsburg

Saturday, December 8th, 2018

3:00-7:00 pm

Dine In & Carry-Out Options available

Tickets sold in advance:

$10 per person (5 & under eat free)

Fan Wear will be available for purchase during the event!


To Purchase Tickets Please contact:

Jayme Phillips
Fundraiser Coordinator


Fundraiser proceeds will go towards WVC's tuition assistance program. As our mission states: any player selected to play for Williamsburg Volleyball Club will be provided an opportunity to compete at a high level and promote her potential, regardless of financial circumstances.

So come on out, enjoy a great dinner and mingle with the players and coaches. We'll help raise money together to support our WVC players!

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Williamsburg Volleyball Club has several Fundraising efforts throughout the year.

WVC understands that the cost of club volleyball can be difficult for families and we strive to keep the fees to a minimum for our atheletes. In the event that the club holds a club wide fundraiser(s), any monies earned will be distributed towards our tuition assistance fund allowing all athletes an opportunity to play regardless of their family's current financial situation and our general operating funds which will continue to keep overall tuition and costs as low as possible.

In addition, individual teams may organize a fundraiser(s) to support their team travel expenses for a specific tournament such as Nationals in Orlando, FL.

We appreciate your support in our fundraising efforts.

Gift versus Donation; Is it Tax Deductible?

Because Williamsburg Volleyball Club is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, donations made to the general operating fund can be tax-deductible to the donor.  Many athletes are successful in generating funds to help pay for season costs or travel expenses by sending letters to family and friends asking for help.  While this method of fundraising is very effective, the money raised is considered a gift to the athlete and is not tax deductible.  Any time a donor designates money be applied to a specific account, to benefit a specific member, the contribution is considered a gift, and is not tax deductible.

In order for a donation to be tax decuctible, it must be un-designated by the donor.