Falls Church Kiwanis Little League, Falls Church, VA

Sponsored By:   DICKS Sporting Goods
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For more than 70 years, our league (the oldest in Virginia) has provided a fantastic experience for hundreds of kids--all thanks to parents like you. 


We need 100+ volunteers to make our season go. You can volunteer to help your child's team or division, or the entire league; many volunteer roles require no prior baseball experience.


Whatever skill you have, we can use your help.


If you can fill one of the roles listed below, please let us know:


  • By e-mailing our 
  • When you fill out your registration form. 

Currently, our greatest need is for the following positions:



One-Time League-Wide Roles 

Don't have time to volunteer for the whole season? Consider these opportunities where you can volunteer one or more times as your schedule allows when your schedule allows:

  • Snack Bar Volunteer. Do you love food and interacting with people? Then volunteer to help at our snack bar, located next to Field #1 at Westgate Elementary School in McLean. You'll give hungry kids a bite to eat while helping our league generate much-needed revenue. To help, visit our Snack Bar Sign Up Genius.
  • Field Maintenance Volunteer. Rains that are heavy or arrive at just the wrong time can leave our fields too wet to play, costing us practices and games. That is where you can come in: Help us out when you can! Come early on Saturday mornings to help us rake and prep fields so your players can show off those skills they have worked all week to hone. For more information, . Ready to sign up? Visit our Field Maintenance Chore List.

Division-specific Roles

  • League coordinators. Our league coordinators assist our managers and coaches at a particular level of play, typically by helping with group questions and communication. E-mail our volunteer coordinator if you can help.  


Team-specific Roles

  • Manager. Organizes practices and coaches sets line ups and oversees total team operation.
  • Coaches. Help the manager run practices and games, and offer individual instruction to players. Each team should have at least two coaches.
  • Bench Parent. Gets players ready to bat, helps players who come off the field, helps younger catchers get in and out of gear.
  • Team Parent. Organizes parents and sets schedules to provide post-game snacks and drinks. Sharing a team snack after a game is a valuable way to help our kids interact, make new friends, and enhance social skills.