The Sno-Valley Wildcats Junior Football and Cheerleading Association (WCJFA), established in 1997, has a proud tradition of developing our children's character, football skills, self-esteem, sportsmanship, and leadership skills. We have a long history of fielding competitive teams that enjoy success locally and regionally. In 2010 the WCJFA won its first ever Greater Eastside Championship at the rookie level and continued the tradition in 2011 with 3 teams in the championships, walking away with 2 league titles lead by the Wildcats Cubs Red & Wildcats Sophomore Gray teams. The league continues to have a positive impact on the lives of Snoqualmie Valley youth, their families, and the community as a whole.

The Sno-Valley Wildcats Junior Football and Cheerleading Association (WCJFA), established in 1997, has a proud tradition of developing our children's character, football skills, self-esteem, sportsmanship, and leadership skills. We have a long history of fielding competitive teams that enjoy success locally and regionally. In 2010 the WCJFA won its first ever Greater Eastside Championship at the rookie level and continued the tradition in 2011 with 3 teams in the championships, walking away with 2 league titles lead by the Wildcats Cubs Red & Wildcats Sophomore Gray teams. The league continues to have a positive impact on the lives of Snoqualmie Valley youth, their families, and the community as a whole.

In order for us to continue to make a rewarding experience for our youth, we are reaching out directly to local businesses, families, and friends. We are now offering you an opportunity to help by becoming a League Sponsor. Your contributions will be targeted exclusively to lowering the growing costs for the association's 200+ players. This will provide our children the opportunity to fully participate in our training programs as well as purchase new equipment.

The WCJFA is guided by a volunteer board of directors and dedicated parent volunteers. We are different from other nonprofit football programs in that we do not receive government assistance or grants. Our primary revenue sources are registration fees paid by our families, proceeds from our annual Jamboree tournament, and donations received from generous individuals and businesses. These funds do not cover all of our operating costs, however, and often it is our families who are covering the expenses of equipment, training fees, field rentals, and travel.

We care about advertising & providing useful services to the hundreds of families who participate in our growing league, and we would like to help local business generate greater exposure to our community. To this end, we have developed sponsorship packages that address this need. If you would like further information, please contact Sarah Shogren, Fundraising Coordinator, at fundraiser@wcjfa.org. If you are ready to become a Sponsor please complete this form and return it to Sarah! We look forward to working with you!

Many Thanks To Our Current Sponsors!