Baseball BC Grass Roots Rebate Program

Baseball BC offers rebate programs geared to Local Associations for their participation in approved Coach (NCCP) and Umpire (BCBUA) training as well as for the implementation of the initiation level “Rally Cap” program, introducing LTAD Initiatives to their youngest athletes.

This initiative will recognize those associations that work hard to build and develop their programming and will offset the association costs of offering these programs to their volunteers and participants.

Please note the following….

NCCP Rebate Program – Coach Training

-this program will see an interested MEMBER association apply for a rebate after hosting an NCCP clinic in their community.  Nearly 60% of the cost per coach or $35 per coach attending will be rebated once a clinic is paid for in full and the attendee list is received by Baseball BC; in other words, Baseball BC Member Coaches pay only $25 per clinic.  All an interested association needs to do is print off the required forms at www.baseball.bc.ca/rebates  for their rebate.  An internal check will be done at Baseball BC to ensure all host obligations are complete by the local association and a check will be sent to the address supplied in the name of the local association.  Rebate payment checks will be paid out to the local associations in October at the conclusion of the summer.  Please note that the deadline to apply for a rebate is SEPTEMBER 30.

click here to register for NCCP Rebate Program

Officials Rebate Program – Umpire Training

-this program will see an interested MEMBER association apply for a rebate after hosting a BCBUA Level 1 and 2 clinics in their community.  $10 per umpire attending will be rebated once a clinic is paid for in full to the BCBUA and the attendee list and instructor sign off is received by Baseball BC.  All an interested association needs to do is print off the required forms at www.baseball.bc.ca/rebates  for their rebate.  An internal check will be done at Baseball BC to ensure all host obligations are complete by the local association and a check will be sent to the address supplied in the name of the local association.  Rebate payment checks will be paid out to the local associations in October at the conclusion of the summer.  Please note that the deadline to apply for a rebate is SEPTEMBER 30.

click here to register for Officials Rebate Program

Rally Cap Rebate Program – Initiation Level Programming

-this program will see an interested MEMBER association apply for a rebate after offering and running the Rally Cap Program from Baseball Canada in their community.  100% of the cost per cap purchased for the program will be rebated once an association successfully completes the season and the Rally Cap Tracker Form is received by Baseball BC.  All an interested association needs to do for a rebate is print off and complete the required forms located here www.baseball.bc.ca/rebates and send in Rally Cap Day/Program pictures.    An internal check will be done at Baseball BC, including reviewing the submitted program pictures, to ensure the program is offered as designed by the local association and then a cheque will be sent to the address supplied in the name of the local association.  Please e-mail picture proofs to info1@baseball.bc.ca referencing your member association & what the pictures are of i.e. skill testing, awarding caps, etc...  Rebate payment checks will be paid out to the approved local associations in October at the conclusion of the summer.  Please note that the deadline to apply for a rebate is SEPTEMBER 30.

click here to register for Rally Cap Rebate Program

Please note that all rebate claims must be made in the calendar year in which the claim stems from.


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