On April 17, 2020, USQ launched an urgent fundraising campaign. The initial goal was $30,000. We reached that in a record 6 days. We're now trying to raise $60,000 by the end of April. That would match the amount of revenue that normally comes from nationals and other programs this time of year. Can you help?
The USQ Board of Directors has matched the first $2,500 in donations. Donate online on this page. Donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. Under the new CARES Act, up to $300 in charitable contributions may be an above-the-line deduction, meaning you don't have to itemize to claim the deduction.
To register for next season, fill out this form and staff will send you an invoice to pay online.
You can purchase shirts, trading cards, and more at our store. Note that orders are shipping out slower than normal.
Shooty Hoops Supplies is having a sale on their fully customizable set of hoops and bases. Normally $350, you can purchase a full set for just $300 and $200 will be donated back to USQ! A full set includes enough hoops and bases to accommodate a regulation quidditch game, 6 in total. Fill out this form to order.
If quidditch has had a tremendous impact on your life and you’d be open to sharing your story, either attributed or anonymously, we want to hear from you. Please fill out this form and someone on staff will follow up with you to get more information.
We’ve created graphics that you can share on social media, to spread the word about our donation campaign. They are all available in this Dropbox folder here. We also made sample social media copy, which you can view here. A PDF version of this doc is also in the Dropbox folder.
This season, USQ has significantly expanded the core of volunteers who help either on a project basis or as year-round volunteers. If you want to join the more than 70 people who help support this league with their time, fill out the interest form here. The list of open, long-term positions is available here.
Photos by: Sana Sadiq, HIGH Quality Quid Pics, Shirley Lu, Chris Rothery, Rebecca Martin, and Nikki Smith