Winnipesaukee Volleyball Classic Logan's Giving Fund for Autism
Winnipesaukee Volleyball Classic

About The Winnipesaukee Volleyball Classic

It's that time of the year again! Bring your A-game to the biggest-impact beach volleyball event in New Hampshire!

Bring your team to the scenic sands of Lake Winnipesaukee and hit the beach for a day of food, fun, and competition. And what's even more rewarding than a perfectly-executed jump serve? Your support will make a difference in the lives of children with autism.​​That's because 100% of all proceeds goes to the CMF Kids Program - Logan's Giving Fund for Autism, which helps families access critical services that improve the outcomes for children ages 2-6 with autism. This unique CMF Kids and Crotched Mountain Foundation initiative helps families afford the critical early intervention therapies and services that can help their children find a path to greater independence and future success.

Sign up your team today and spread the word to your family members, friends, co-workers, and teammates and help bring much-needed relief and game-changing support to families and children who need it the most! 

Please be sure to come with a basic understanding of how to play volleyball. Each team must have at least 4  players, having extra players is a good idea. Some games will be played on the Beach and others in the grass on the North and South Lawns.  

It is a pool play style tournament followed by a playoff bracket.  To win each round, be the first team to score 21 points or the team leading after 20 minutes. The finals will be played to 30 points and on the Beach. 

The tournament pools, brackets, and schedule will be live updated here:



Starts at:  June 22, 2024 8:00 AM
Ends at:  June 22, 2024 2:00 PM


Akwa Marina Yacht Club
95 Centenary Avenue
Laconia,NH 03246 USA


Hannah Halle
(603) 851-8400

About the CMF Kids Program - Logan's Giving Fund for Autism

The CMF Kids Program - Logan's Giving Fund for Autism helps families access necessary services to improve outcomes for children ages 2-6 with autism.

The Autism Fund provides families support by directly paying their child’s service provider for services and treatment they would otherwise not be able to afford. 

Resource awards range from $1,000 to $5,000. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and awards are distributed twice a year. 

Areas of funding support include but are not limited to out of pocket expenses associated with necessary autism services or treatment such as:

  • Applied Behavioral Analysis Therapy
  • Speech Therapy 
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Music Therapy
  • Social Skills Groups

    Your support means more families can get the services they need for their children!

    The 2023 Volleyball Classic Official Video

    Help to cover the costs associated with necessary therapies 

     Ensure early intervention for children with autism

    Research shows that early diagnosis of and interventions for autism are more likely to have major long-term positive effects on symptoms and later skills.  Don't let the costs associated with services for children with autism keep families from early intervention.