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Hoops for H.O.P.E. Score Keepers/Time Keepers

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ORGANIZATION: Hope for the Good

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 1 person is interested

Volunteers needed to work with court monitor/Referee. Monitor/Referee will instruct whether to put up 1 or 2 points for each basket shot during the game. You will then flip score chart to show score. It is not your job to decide what the score is, the Ref/court monitor will do that, but only make sure the posted score matches their instructions. Timekeeper will follow direction of monitor, referee to stop and start time as directed.
We will run 15-20 courts with games running simultaneously. Games will begin after opening ceremonies at 9am. Break in games from 12-1:30pm for special events, then games begin again at 1:30pm until 5:30pm.

*Children under 14 need to be accompanied by adult
*Shifts Vary (4 hour blocks preferred)
*Please arrive 15 min prior to shift and check in with Volunteer Coordinator at REGISTRATION TENT.
*1 person per court on 'Just for Fun' games and 2 people per court on 'Most Competitive' and 'Elite Money Ball' court games

**All is tentative based on team registration and bracket arrangements

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About Hope for the Good


PO Box 2980, Battleground, WA 98604, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to empower families, youth, and individuals to build their communities through service, healthy, and positive life choices. We envision a world full of people young and old making a difference through their commitment to service, positive attitude, and desire to play. To make healthy and lasting impacts on their communities, schools, neighborhoods, families, and themselves.


H.O.P.E stands for 'help one person everyday'. Our non profit Hope for the Good aims to serve one another through helping others uplift our communities, our neighborhoods, schools, families and ourselves. We have multiple programs to help achieve our goal. The HOPEfront provides mentorships and connections to resources that are holding back individuals and their families from living a happy healthy life in our community. We also have a program called HOPE at Home. The biggest impact to creating healthy communities begins at home. That’s why HOPE at Home matches families and children with resources and mentors that help lead to healthy and happy opportunities to thrive and flourish-regardless of their challenges. Lastly, through HOPE for Tomorrow, The Steve Oberst Youth Scholarship program hopes to build a brighter tomorrow by encouraging youth to be active. To dream, to build on their dreams, and then put them into action to grow.


Children & Youth
Children & Youth, Community


Sat Aug 17, 2024 - Sun Aug 18, 2024
09:00 AM - 05:30 PM


8700 Northeast Vancouver Mall DriveVancouver, WA 98662




  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Background Check
  • 4 hour shifts

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