A platinum level supporter, Convenient MD has committed to providing financial assistance to our program for the next several years and is our top 2021 supporter. Convenient MD now has a location in Quincy at 479 Washington Street. They offer sports physicals and walk-in urgent care. https://convenientmd.com/locations/quincy-ma-urgent-care-02169/
Mayor Thomas Koch has been a longtime supporter of Quincy Youth Football and Cheerleading. His administration and specifically the Parks Department continue to work closely with our organization.
Quincy has some of the very best turf and meticulously maintained grass fields in the area. We appreciate the Mayor and the Parks Department for their ongoing commitment to the youth of Quincy! https://www.quincyma.gov/
Bill Harris has been a Platinum Level Supporter for several years. As Ward 6 City Councilor, Bill has been a great supporter of youth programs throughout the city and especially those in the North Quincy neighborhood. Thank you Councilor Harris for all your support!
IBEW provides Greater Boston's developers with the best trained, most efficient, safest electricians and telecommunications specialists, while fostering theUnion's values of economic fairness, equal opportunity and charitable giving in the communities we work, live and raise our families. The IBEW 103 has given back to the QYFCA for several years in row. We very much appreciate their ongoing support!
Thank you to the The John T. Austin Memorial Fund for their generous donation to the program. John played for the Manets as a child and had fond memories of his time playing in the Quincy Youth Football and Cheer program.
Firefighter John T. Austin was a son, grandson, father, nephew, cousin, and friend who made us proud of his accomplishments and unselfish acts of kindness. He always gave 100% to being a Marine and firefighter, placing others before himself.
John grew up in Quincy, Massachusetts and was a member of the City of Quincy Fire Department for 11 years. He especially enjoyed working at Engine 5.
On July 8th, 2013, John died while responding to a call. As a way of giving back to the community in John’s name, the proceeds from our memorial golf tournament are used to fund scholarships for a graduating senior from a Quincy school and seniors who have a family member on the Quincy Fire Department. We also have been able to provide donations to the Quincy High/NQH Alumni, William R. Caddy Marine Corps League Detachment 124 and Quincy Youth Football.
Thank you to Ward 5 Chuck Phelan for jumping in as a first time sponsor. We very much appreciate his support.
Thank you to the Fowler House and owner John MacNeil for his ongoing support of our program. John ran the Houghs Neck Manets and has been actively involved in the program for many years.
The Fowler House has been a go to for league meetings and other events. Whether dinner with the family or drinks with friends, the Fowler house is a great choice for a night out!
Thank you to Ward 1 Councilor David McCarthy for his ongoing support of the program. Councilor McCarthy has been a supporter for many years.
Thank you to local insurance agency Burgin Planter & Co. for their first time support. It's great to see local businesses supporting the youth programs in Quincy!
JP Fuji Group is the largest operating Pan-Asian restaurant group in the Metro Boston Area with 8 established concepts and additional locations scheduled in the next few years. The Quincy-based empire was built by Jimmy Liang and Peter Tse under the motto of “leaving a place better than you found it”. Jimmy Liang and the Fuji Group have been outstanding supporters of the Quincy community and it's youth programs.
Jimmy exemplifies what hard wok, dedication and passion can produce!
QCU branches are located in Quincy and Weymouth. Their branch network goes well beyond these two locations. QCU participates CoOp Shared Branching Network so it's members can access branch services across the country! So, it’s likely that there’s a shared branching outlet near you.
Quincy Youth Football and Cheer is a 100% volunteer organization. All funds raised go back into the program. We are also a 501 c3, which means your donation is tax deductible.
If you are interested in sponsoring the program please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org,, or you can send a donation to us at QYFCA, PO Box 133, Quincy, MA 02171