Our Vision for Sharing Greatness with the World

Having established itself as one of the country’s leading soccer camps, where girls discover their greatness on and off the field, Berky is taking on a new challenge – to positively impact the broader soccer community. To achieve this, we are collaborating with our camp community – campers, camp families, and staff – our coaching network and like-minded partner organizations.  Together, we are Berky United.

Our United Efforts

Here’s how we are already making an impact:

  • Teaching our campers that their role extends beyond the field and their team, that they are connected to the global women’s game.
  • Coaches and families help us identify deserving players from under-resourced backgrounds.  We provide scholarships to enable these players to attend BSA.
  • Recruiting ethnically, geographically, and culturally diverse female coaches.
  • Providing our United Partners with financial support and with donations of gear and equipment.

Team Up With Berky United

Help undersupported players by collecting gear, fundraising, recommending scholarship recipients, or volunteering with our partners. 

Contact us to learn more and unite with Berky.

Our Community Partners

Learn More About our Berky United Partners

America SCORES

America SCORES serves over 13,000 students at more than 300 public and charter schools in 11 major cities.

Soccer Without Borders

Soccer Without Borders proactively works to eliminate financial, social, logistical, and cultural barriers to help its participants get on the soccer field.

Focus For a Future

Focus For a Future provides underserved youth with full-tuition scholarships to for-profit sleepaway and day camps.

Right to Dream

Right to Dream blends elite football training with world-class education and character development, allowing student-athletes to develop not just as elite footballers, but as leaders and changemakers.

Taconic Middle School Girls Modified Soccer Team

Mary Barbato, a 1986 Taconic Hills High School graduate, recently returned to her hometown and signed on to coach the Girl’s Modified Soccer team. Mary’s goal is to grow the girl’s program and capture a title.