MHA is entirely run by volunteers. We are always looking for parents to help out. Each returning player in Mites or higher carries a certain number of volunteer hours, but it takes an army to put a good program together for our young athletes, and that includes our essential Team Managers, Locker Room monitors, people to run the clock or game sheet at games and MHA tournaments, as well as other key roles on the Association Board of Directors.
MHA offers various types of volunteering opportunities:
Details of the MHA volunteer obligations and opportunities are outlined in the MHA Volunteer Policy. If you have any questions about your family's volunteer obligation or opportunities, or issues regarding volunteering or the DIBs system, please email Toni Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Families are expected to volunteer a minimum number of hours as outlined below. If a family has multiple players, their requirement is based on their player with the most hours required.
Association Volunteering Requirement
Example: If a family has an 8U and a Peewee, their Association Volunteer Requirement is 12 hours.
MHA uses the DIBs system to manage our volunteer opportunities. Each family will automatically have a DIBs account when a player is registered for the season. Available jobs will be posted on DIBs page throughout the season.
CLICK HERE to start choosing opportunities that are available. Each family is responsible for finding and signing up for their volunteer opportunities through the DIBs system.
Keep checking the website for DIBs opportunities, as they will be continually updated throughout the season. This season, we are hosting the Minneapolis Cup in November and the Winter Storm tournament in January. Both tournaments provide many opportunities to satisfy the Association Volunteer requirement. Other opportunities may also become available throughout the season, but those tournaments are the primary means of volunteering.
You will receive the DIBs credits once you have completed the volunteer shift.