The Los Angeles Lacrosse League is a non-profit, 501 (c)(3) volunteer, open enrollment youth lacrosse organization dedicated to teaching, promoting and advancing amateur youth lacrosse to school aged children in the Los Angeles and Southern California area and to compete in games on a local, state, national and international level.
The LA Lacrosse League’s mission is to help teach life lessons to school aged children via lacrosse and to create a culture where leaders, coaches, parents, fans, officials and players ALL Honor The Game of lacrosse by demonstrating RESPECT for the rules, officials, opponents, teammates and one’s self.
We are currently organized in three geographic areas (Culver City, Pacific Palisades/West LA, and Pasadena), participate in three seasons - Spring, Fall Ball and Summer - and are organized into four age groups Bantam (9 years old and under), Lightning (12 years old and Under), Junior (14 year odl and Under), and High School (U18 - 9th through 12th grade in the summer and fall only). We abide by modifed US Lacrosse Rules for boys and girls. We encourage college and high school lacrosse players to volunteer their time through community service programs, along with the parents of our members, to manage our teams and provide instruction to our youth. Check out our "How to Volunteer" and "Support the LALL" page on the menu to the left to learn more about the opportunities avialable.
The LA Lacrosse League (LA Lacrosse, or LALL) relies on the membership support of the lacrosse players, lacrosse coaches, lacrosse officials and lacrosse enthusiasts to fund our youth lacrosse operations and youth lacrosse budget.
In 2001 we recieved a grant from the Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles to support our mission and in 2007 we recieved the Myron Wonders Grant from the local chapter of US Lacrosse. Additional funding programs include seasonal membership dues, annual donations, planned giving, foundation and corporate giving, sponsorship and contributions, grants and special lacrosse events. Prior to our initiating this program in the 2000 lacrosse season, there was no opportunity for youth to openly enroll in any program offering lacrosse in all of Los Angeles County.
LA Lacrosse League is registered with the California Secretary of State and is a 501(c)(3) organization and contributions to it are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Please check with your tax attorney and account for more information.
If you'd like to donate click "Support the LALL" to learn more or write LA Lacrosse League c/o Charlie Meister at 1570 Sorrento Drive, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 to request more information.