How to Become a Sponsor

The Hudson Girls Softball League invites local businesses, civic clubs and other groups to sponsor our softball teams.  Sponsorship is an excellent way for your organization to become an integral part of the Hudson Community.

While the 2016 season has just ended, we are already looking forward to our upcoming 2017 Spring Softball Season!

The Hudson Girls Softball League is a non-profit organization that wouldn’t be possible without the continued support of our sponsors.  As you may or may not realize, the Hudson Girls Softball League is an independent league managed by a volunteer staff dedicated to providing softball opportunities for the young girls of our community.  You can be assured that all funds will be used to support player costs for uniforms, safety equipment, trophies, insurance and field maintenance. 

There are 3 ways you can support the program, either by sponsoring a team(s), banner on the field, or a player sponsorship.

Can we count on you for support?

Please complete the sponsor form and return it with a check made payable to the Hudson Girls Softball League (HGSL) to PO Box 752, Hudson, NH 03051.

The Hudson Girls Softball League wishes toTHANK YOU in advance for your support!

If you have any specific questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us via email.



Sponsorship Information 2017

Due date: March 25th, 2017

All sponsorships are good for a 1 year period.
We have approximately 14 teams available to sponsor.
 


Child Sponsorship:   $75
Sponsorship towards league enrollment fee’s for hardship qualified families


Grand Slam Sponsor:    $750
Team Sponsorship (Company name on the back of shirts for 2017 season)

Banner at Kiwanis Field

Logo and link on the HGSL website

Team photo Plaque
 


Home Run Sponsor:   $500
Team Sponsorship (Company name on the back of shirts for 2017 season)

Logo and link on the HGSL website

Team photo Plaque
 


Team Sponsor:   $350
Team Sponsorship (Company name on the back of shirts for spring season)

Banner on Kiwanis Field during spring season: