Community and Giving


Being a successful non-profit organization and working with children in a positive environment is a priority for Premier Volleyball coaches and staff. Having players and parents that also assist with community involvement is a huge bonus our club provides to the community. Helping with Nebraska Special Olympics by raising funds, conducting volleyball clinics and assisting with the NSO championships is a way we can give something worthwhile back to the community. The annual Premier Volleyball Golf Outings have raised over $7,500 for the Nebraska Special Olympics.


2014 Special Olympics Summer Clinic hosted by Premier Volleyball


2012 Special Olympics Summer Clinic hosted by Premier Volleyball


5th Annual Premier Volleyball Golf Outing & Social

Premier also helps with the diaper drive benefiting the Lydia House. The family atmosphere we have created over the years is truly reflected in the volunteer efforts on and off the court.

Premier Volleyball Partners with Special Olympics

Posted on April 6th, 2015

Premier Volleyball and the Special Olympics Nebraska are now in their 8th year together!!

Premier Volleyball began it's relationship with the Special Olympics in 2008 through the Premier Volleyball Golf Outing. Through our involvement with the Special Olympics we have been able to donate proceeds from the Premier Golf Outing as well as provide the SONE (Special Olympics Nebraska) athletes with officials and volunteers for their Summer Games! Again, we are asking all players, parents and coaches to be involved in volunteering for the upcoming events.

     

Mark your calendars!!

Saturday, May 9th 11:00am-1:00pm (The Courts) - Premier Volleyball will host the Special Olympics of Nebraska Volleyball Clinic at The Courts. Premier players will assist with drills and games for SONE Athletes, and join them for refreshments! Coaches and parents will assist with check-in, monitoring courts and refreshments. SONE Athlete Registration Info

Wednesday, May 20th 5:30pm-9:00pm (Kiewit Fitness Center: CU) - Premier Volleyball will provide the officials, scorekeepers, line judges and awards for the SONE Summer Games at the Kiewit Fitness Center on the Creighton University campus. Players, coaches and parents will be assigned to the various responsibilities.

Team Parents - If you could please help us out and spread the word to your team we would REALLY appreciate it!

Please reply to Shannon Smolinski at shannon.smolinski@yahoo.com by Friday, April 24th.
Include the following:
Name of volunteer(s)
Premier Team
Date available: May 9th and/or May 20th
T-shirt size (shirts will be provided by SONE for the May 20th event only: S, M, L, XL or XL)

All volunteers will be asked to wear Premier Gear to both events. Volunteers for the May 20th events will receive SONE t-shirts upon arrival and can change into those. Just a reminder to have Premier gear in case sizes are limited.

We appreciate your involvement in this great partnership!

Channel 94.1 Diaper Drive

Posted on December 5th, 2012

2012 December Diaper Drive,
a benefit for The Lydia House!

JOIN US FOR THE CHANNEL 94.1 DIAPER DRIVE AND HELP SHOW OMAHA JUST HOW GREAT OUR CLUB AND VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS ARE!

Premier Volleyball Club hopes you will join them in helping the Channel 94.1 Diaper Drive, a benefit for The Lydia House.

It's easy to participate: Bring one package of diapers or many packages of diapers to practice and drop in the collection boxes. If every player donates, we can make a huge difference!

Last day for Collection: Saturday, December 15

All diapers will be donated on behalf of Premier Volleyball and their players!

THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

Premier Volleyball Players' Financial Aid Recipients

Updated January 10th, 2012

Congratulations to our 2011 Premier Volleyball Players' Financial Aid Recipients!

The Premier Volleyball Players' Financial Aid seeks to recognize its recently graduated high school seniors who continue to pursue their education. Applicants must demonstrate active participation in club activities, a willingness to excel in the classroom as well as on the court, leadership potential, and strong work ethics. This financial aid is sponsored by the families, coaches, and staff of Premier Volleyball. Funding for this aid is made possible through the fundraising efforts of the Premier Golf Classic Tournament Committee. The financial aid recipients for 2011 are:

Niki Gregory is a May graduate of Daniel J Gross Catholic High School where she was a four-year member of the varsity volleyball team. Niki is studying sports management and communication arts at Bellevue University in Bellevue, Nebraska. She says, "Premier did not just teach me how to be a great volleyball player, but they taught me how to have fun and still be competitive. When you play for Premier, you are joining a family that has many generations of a competitive, fun, hardworking atmosphere!"

Kelsie Pettit is a May graduate of Millard North High School. In high school, Kelsie was an active community volunteer and a member of the volleyball program for four years. Currently, she is attending the University of Nebraska at Omaha pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree. Kelsie's advice to other volleyball players is to never give up. "There will be times along your journey that you will be faced with extreme obstacles and setbacks. Just don't give up. These are the times when your character is built."

Bailey Vance is a May graduate of Papillion-LaVista South High School. Bailey has been an eight-year member of the Premier Volleyball program. Currently, she is attending Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri where she is a member of the volleyball program and is studying pre-physical therapy. Premier has taught Bailey many lessons. She's learned to be a good player and the importance of teamwork and dedication. The club "has presented me with both success and failure, and how to deal with both of them". Most of all, Bailey says "don't be afraid to go after something you want and play with confidence

Way to go ladies!