• U13G Clean up Hwy 550
  • U13G Clean Up Hwy 550
  • Gunners at Chapman Hill
  • Safety Town
  • Safety Town
  • Boys & Girls Club
  • Boys & Girls Club
  • Boys & Girls Club
  • Boys & Girls club
  • TOPSoccer at DHS
  • TOPSoccer at DHS
  • TOPSoccer at DHS
  • TOPSoccer at DHS
  • TOPSoccer at DHS
  • TOPSoccer at DHS
  • Hannah Robertson - Knowledge Bowl
  • Destination Imagination
  • Friday Night Skills Clinic
  • Friday Night Skills Clinic
  • John Ragsdale GK Training
  • John Ragsdale GK Training
  • John Ragsdale GK Training
  • Friday Night Skills Clinic
  • Morgan Gurule
  • TopSoccer 13
  • TopSoccer 12
  • TopSoccer 11
  • TopSoccer 10
  • TopSoccer 9
  • TopSoccer 8
  • TopSoccer 7
  • TopSoccer 6
  • TopSoccer 5
  • TopSoccer 4
  • TopSoccer 3
  • TopSoccer 2
  • TopSoccer 1
  • Teddy's 5k
  • M. Panze
  • Emma, Megan and Grace
  • Emma Aggeler
  • Scottsdale Invitational - November 2008

G.O.A.L. - Go Out And Lead

Durango Youth Soccer Association, in partnership with Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, introduces the G.O.A.L. program to encourage players to give back to their community with off-field volunteer efforts in community service. Over the years several teams have stepped up to assist with volunteer projects that they found both rewarding and a teambuilding opportunity.

For 2013-2014, DYSA with the assistance of Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory is planning to host these volunteer team initiatives:

  • TOPSoccer -  a one day event for adults and children with disabilities. Participants will spend the afternoon with Fort Lewis College and DYSA athletes participating is a variety of soccer-related activities. Program was developed by US Youth Soccer Association.
  • Uniform/Gear Drive -  Coordinated by DYSA Student-Athlete Evan Schertz. Donations will go to remote village in southern Nicaragua named El Castillo
  • Trash pickup day
  • Recycling - plastic recycling program at Shootout and Escalante
  • Suggest a cause - teams or individuals can suggest a volunteer activity that benefits the community 
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