CASL's Community Outreach Program is committed to help and support the community that has been our home for nearly 40 years. Part of CASL's mission is to be a community partner in improving the quality of life in Wake County. One way CASL fulfills this mission is through the Community Outreach Program. Through this program, CASL offers a variety of opportunities for underserved populations to play the game of soccer in a safe, structured environment and to experience the physical and mental health benefits that participating in youth sport can provide. CASL will serve approximately 500 youth in the Community Outreach Program each season through these initiatives.
Volunteer with CASL's Community Outreach Program. Email Martin Rodriguez-Arispe to sign-up. You can earn your school community service requirement hours or give back individually or as a team.
HEART is open to youth (ages 7 - 18) with intellectual disabilities who have a desire to play soccer. Participating in HEART gets your child engaged in physical activity and allows them to be social with other youth at no cost to families. No soccer experience or equipment is necessary to sign-up for HEART. The fall season will consist of six one-hour sessions (Saturdays at Davis Park in Cary from 9:30 - 10:30 AM) where HEART participants will practice soccer and play small-sided games.
HEART Program Flyer