Become a Sponsor of the Liberty Challenge


Help the Youth of New York Achieve their Dreams on the Gridiron


We are a non-profit charitable organization with 501(c)3 app that relies on fundraising and sponsorship in order to facilitate the program. We offer year round opportunities for young football players of all socio-economic backgrounds to participate in clinics, camps, and a multitude of events to develop their skills. New York is rich in opportunities for soccer, lacrosse and other sports. Our programs are one of the only organizations providing a platform for serious Long Island football players to take their skills to the next level, gain exposure, and compete nationally. We offer numerous activities throughout the year, but the pillars of our program are the 7v7 tournaments, spring games, and the legendary post-season national championship teams. Sponsorship of The Liberty Challenge  offers a unique and powerful opportunity for recognition including promotion to a target audience that spans the island from Montauk to NYC and includes parents, coaches, players, and loyal football families. We have a strong online & social media presence, and a large targeted email contingent. We offer a few levels of commitment, and are always open to larger partnerships and headline sponsors beyond what is listed.

Make your Tax-Deductible Donation Online

Pay now online. Upon completion of your transaction a Liberty Challenge representative will reach out to you for logos, copy, and all materials necessary to begin this exciting sponsorship opportunity!

Platinum Level Sponsorship $1,000+/yr

The platinum level sponsorship includes all of the above as well as inclusion on a banner displayed at the event.

It also includes:

  • Your company name and/or logo in the credits of web commercials and interviews
  • Invitation to attend red week practice
  • Invitation to attend pre-game warm-up
  • Invitation to a special coaches dinner
  • Photo ops at the event


Want to talk about headline sponsorship or another arrangement?