consider an “evening camp” under the stadium lights. Have your players lead drills, referee scrimmages, and give personal advice to campers. They can also play with them a little bit. In addition to raising money, your players have the chance to connect with their fans and community, a good habit if they hope to pursue athletics beyond high school, and take on leadership roles. Make your players the coach for the day, but be sure to hold a planning meeting beforehand, prepare them to work with kids, and determine which players likely work best with which age groups. Carefully supervise the goings-on during the camp itself. You may even meet some kids who will become your players one day.