With limited budgets, increasing costs, and steady program growth, fundraising has become an important component of our program's success.  Bowmen football relies on the income from the following fundraisers: Bowmen Card sales, the Player Sponsor program, Sherwood Youth Football Camps, and home game concessions. 
Thank you for your continued support!

Bowmen Cards

For just $20 each, the Bowmen Card will get you fantastic deals at 26 local businesses PLUS online savings with many popular merchants.  Bowmen football players start selling cards in mid-August and continue until they are sold out.  Get yours before they're all gone!


Click here to see all the great local deals on the current Bowmen Card (good from August 1, 2018 through July 31, 2019).  If you'd like a Bowmen Card but a football player hasn't approached you yet, contact Mark Gribble at:

Player Sponsor Program

Through this program, supporters can give one-time tax-deductible donations to Bowmen football.  Donations can be given in a player's name, or as a general gift to the program.  Donation levels include:
  • Tackle ($10-$24)
  • Interception ($25-$49)
  • First Down ($50-$74)
  • Extra Point ($75-$99)
  • Field Goal ($100-$249)
  • Touchdown ($250 and above)
Bowmen football players will mail request letters in August.  Donations can be made by check or credit card.  Click here to make a credit card donation.  If paying by check, please make checks payable to Sherwood High Football and send to:
Sherwood High School
c/o Debi Bear
16956 SW Meinecke Rd.
Sherwood, OR 97140

Sherwood Youth Football Camps

Sherwood Youth Football Camp 2010

The Bowmen football coaching staff offers a summer youth camp where players will learn:
  • Skills and techniques of offensive and defensive positions;
  • Special teams play (punting, kicking, punt and kick off receiving); and
  • Drills to develop and improve speed, agility and quickness.
To add to the fun, Bowmen football players will assist.  Once available, registration forms will be posted on the Sherwood Youth Football website.

The Booster Club organizes and oversees concessions, but it gives a portion of the money raised to the organizations who work during games.  These funds are significant, and are an important part of the football fundraising income.  Families of freshman and sophomore football players staff concessions during home football games.  A work schedule is posted in late August.