United Heroes League has paid over $500,000 in grants to help with local registration fees. There are strictly only two grant seasons. One in the spring and one in the fall. Grant forms will be available August 1st for Fall and March 1st for Spring. Many service members are in a “reserve” status until they are deployed, and have been affected by the economy like everyone else. This is a great way for United Heroes League to say THANK YOU to the families who give us so much. Note* Our grants are not a guarantee, as much as we would love to give grants to all who apply, we simply do not have the means to do so. When we make our selections, you will be notified if you were selected or not. Who is Eligible?


We are currently accepting grant applications for the following sports:
– Hockey, Baseball, Softball, Basketball, Soccer, Football, Lacrosse, Golf, Volleyball and Wrestling and “Other”
– Children are eligible for a maximum of two grants per year at $500 maximum per a grant
– 1 Spring and 1 Fall, paid in different sports
– You must provide a copy of orders, military ID, or DD214

Spring Grant Deadlines:

March 1 – application open
March 31 – applications due
May 1 – notified of approval or denial
May 15 – checks cut and mailed

Fall Grant Deadlines:

August 1 – application open
August 31 – applications due
September 28/29 – notified of approval or denial
October 1-5 – checks cut and mailed

Please fill out the form below (when available) to submit a grant application for your child.  In order to be considered for a grant, you must provide a copy of orders or a copy of military ID, a copy of child’s birth certificate, and proof of registration costs for upcoming season (or a copy of the receipt if already paid for upcoming season).

We are not currently in an Grant Application time frame. Spring Applications are closed. Fall Grants will be open on August 1st 2023.

The Stolen Valor Act of 2013 makes it a criminal offense for individuals to falsely claim military status and awards to claim “money, employment, property or other tangible benefits.”