Josh Hojnacki Scholarship Program
Salmon Creek Little League welcomes all children. So if you know of any child who would like to play yet the family feels they cannot afford the costs, please encourage them to play and make them aware that SCLL is able to offer scholarships through the Josh Hojnacki Scholarship Fund. In addition to covering the cost of registration, the "Josh Fund" was also established to provide basic equipment such as a glove, cleats, or baseball pants.
Josh Hojnacki had a passion for baseball and played in Salmon Creek Little League until 1993. On January 1, 2006, Josh lost his life as bad weather toppled a tree onto the pickup Josh was riding in. Josh was 25 at the time. Click Here to read more about Josh.
To honor Josh, his parents approached SCLL with an idea to start a scholarship fund in Josh's name that would be used to make sure that any child who wants to play has the opportunity to do so. SCLL dedicated the 2006 season to Josh and we are happy to announce that year after year the Josh Fund grows, providing more and more opportunity for all children, regardless of their economic situation, to get outside, have fun and play baseball.
To be a recipient of the Josh Fund, please see the request form below.
To help a child play baseball that may not be able to otherwise afford it:
Donate to the Josh Hojnacki Scholarship today!
SCLL is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization under
Little League, Inc.
Tax ID 52-1288472
Salmon Creek Little League
800 NE Tenney Rd., Suite 110 - PMB 333
Vancouver, WA 98685
Thank you for your support!
Please Read Details Below
In order to be considered for the scholarship fund you will need to fill out the request form below. In the request section, please provide a brief description of your situation and what you are needing from the league. We ask that you let us know what level of support you are looking for (25%, 50%, 75%, or 100% of the registration cost). Please just let us know what you need.
For those who use the scholarship fund, we ask that you help the league by volunteering your time. As far as volunteering we can use help from parents to coach, manage, or take on the team parent role. We also have events where we could use volunteers such as field day, opening/closing day ceremonies, All Star events, etc. You can reach out to the president (firstname.lastname@example.org) or any other board member if you have questions on how or where to volunteer.
1993 All Stars
From The Columbian, August 8, 1993