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Raleigh Hills

Little League

Raleigh Hills Little League

About Us

Since 1957 Raleigh Hills Little league has served the youth of our community by providing access to the game of baseball in a fun, educational, competitive, and safe manner that strengthens our community through sport. We are funded entirely by player registration fees, family donations, and individual and business sponsorships. It is the policy of Little League and Raleigh Hills Little League that no child will ever be turned away regardless of ability, ethnicity, gender, race, sexual orientation, or other identities. If financial obstacles prevent families from participating, we provide financial aid to remove barriers and encourage maximum participation regardless of income.

All players, coaches, umpires, and volunteers of Raleigh Hills Little League will continue to foster an inclusive program that strengthens our community, allows children to develop new friendships, and create life-long lessons & memories through the game of baseball.

The RHLL Policies and Procedures established by our community and Board of Advisors guides our organization to ensure non-discriminatory compliance and maximum inclusion. We follow the Little League International established guidelines for Waivers of Rules to Accommodate Gender Identity and Waivers of Rules Due to Participant’s Disability.

As a member of Little League International, we are committed to compliance with all federal, state and local laws. It is our policy to recruit, hire, train, and promote individuals, as well as to administer any and all personnel actions, without regard to race, color, religion, age sex, sexual orientation, national origin and ancestry, marital status, status as a disabled or Vietnam Era Veteran, or status as a qualified handicapped individual, in accordance with applicable law. We prohibit the use of team names, mascots, nicknames or logos that are racially insensitive, derogatory or discriminatory in nature.

Raleigh Hills Little League strictly adheres to our Zero Tolerance Policy as outlined in our League Policies and Procedures to establish a zero-tolerance culture that does not allow any type of activity that permits or promotes any form of misconduct or abuse (mental, physical, emotional, or sexual) between players, coaches, parents/guardians/caretakers, spectators, volunteers, and/or any other individual.