League Operations

Below is information about Mukilteo Little League's budget and operations. You can always e-mail us with any questions or comments anytime by visiting our Contact page or by e-mailing info@mukilteolittleleague.com.

Where do my registration fees go?

The Board of Directors' mission in regards to the league's annual budget is to continue to offer an affordable program for our players and families while maintaining a sustainable budget for the league that secures its financial health and well-being for the future. The league must not only plan for yearly operating costs, but also for periodic equipment replacement, unexpected casualties (e.g., damage or theft of property), and long-term capital improvements to the MLL baseball/softball complex.

Mukilteo Little League is a non-profit, 100% volunteer-driven organization. All revenues are re-invested into our program to improve the high quality of what we offer our players, families and community. The documents accessed through the link below are a breakdown of revenues and expenses from the league's 2018 fiscal year.

Mukilteo Little League
Fiscal Year 2018 Financial Reports
(Oct 1, 2017 - Sept 30, 2018)

Balance Sheet

Revenue & Expenses (Acutal vs Budget)

Revenue & Expense by Class

 
Thank You 2020 Sponsors!

We want to thank our community sponsors who have made contributions for our 2020 season.

Thank you very much for your generosity!

All State Insurance - Zach Hubbell

Beverly's Auto Licensing

Chaison Orthodontics

Electronic Business Machines

Freise Financial, Inc.

Jim Tinsley Real Estate

JNR Construction

Paine Field Airport

Paramount Construction

Pellegrini Orthodontics

Pinnacle Roofing

Quilceda Paving & Construction

Rigelman Anesthesia Services

Spiro's Pizza and Pasta

Stellar Kids Dentistry

Walters & Wolf

Whidbey Coffee