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USTA Helping Hands Community Service Recognition Program( Fri, Oct 16 00:10:AM)

USTA recognizes that a passion for volunteerism can be cultivated from a young age. We want to encourage children, teens and adults – individuals and groups – to engage in volunteerism and community service by recognizing those who extend a helping hand and make a positive difference.

What does it mean to serve? Read on to learn how USTA is encouraging and recognizing members who give of themselves outside of their participation in the sport of baton twirling.

The Power of One
With passion and determination, one person can transform his or her community and inspire others to serve. Whether you are volunteering for our organization or other causes in your community, our nation or even the world, we want to recognize your efforts!
The Power of Many
When you volunteer with your baton twirling club, group or team, you put all the resources of your USTA affiliated family together to make a difference!
Participate in the USTA Helping Hands Program
USTA members who “lend a helping hand” will be recognized on the USTA website, social media channels and at the 2021 U.S. National Baton Twirling Championships.
To participate in the USTA Helping Hands Community Service Recognition Program, members must:
•    Select one of the following categories: Athlete, Club or Adult
•    Print out and record hours of service on the USTA Volunteer Record Sheet.
•    Complete the USTA Volunteer Record Sheet by obtaining official signatures and including documentation, such as flyers or handouts from the events or causes you are volunteering for.
•    Complete the USTA Volunteer Form, upload the USTA Volunteer Record Sheet and submit by the deadline of May 1, 2021.