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Volunteer Information

We need volunteers to assist with our program!  We need help with coaching, communication (phone calls, emails, etc.), game administration, fundraising, and many other activities.  Don’t know much about lacrosse?  Don’t worry…we’ll train you!

Listed below is an explanation of some of the areas in which parents are needed:

Head Coach -- Responsible for teaching the players the game of lacrosse, running practices, coaching games, and ensuring that Raider policies are followed. Commitment involves 2 practices per week and games on weekends. 

Assistant Coach -- Assist Head Coach at practices and games.  Lead drills at practices and help with substitutions at games.  Commitment involves 2 practices per week and games on weekends.

Team Parent -- Handles team communication.  Prepare email list, distribute information regarding schedules, game locations, directions, changes, and cancelations.  Commitment involves team communication, assigning parents to keep score and time during games.  

Coaching Coordinator -- Recruit  coaches and serve as the liaison between the coaches and the Lacrosse Board of Directors.

Fundraising Coordinator -- Help with various fundraising events.  Assist with Beef & Beer organization, End-of-Year party, raffles, etc.  

Equipment Coordinator -- Help procure, organize, and distribute team equipment (goalie sticks, first-aid kits, cones, keys, ball, etc.).  Ensure that fields are lined and that they are properly set-up for home games (e.g., cones, scoring table, horns, etc.).

League Delegate -- Attends all SEPYLA meetings and serves as a liaison between SEPYLA and the Drexel Hill Raiders organization.

Webmaster -- Responsible for developing and maintaining the Drexel Hill Raiders Lacrosse Website.

Raiders Wear Coordinator -- Responsible for ordering, storing, and selling DHR Lacrosse clothing.


If you don’t see anything that piques your interest but would still like to help, send us an email at
.  There are many other ways you can help!