With every subscription purchased, Bout Betties donates a portion to a random roller derby league every month. Let’s help keep our derby community rollin’!
Skater-owned and operated teams work their butts off to keep their league going, but we know it can still be hard work. We want to help. With every Bout Betties box purchased a portion will go to a randomly selected team every month. We’ll toss all the WFTDA full member leagues, JRDA & RDCL in a hat and pick a lucky winner each month, though there’s a little more technology behind it than that. As skaters on 2 different teams, we know firsthand how important it is to raise money for things like training, travel for skaters and just the overall growth of your roller derby program. It’s great to know you’re helping to support another kickass derby team, no matter where they are across the country. Listed below are our past recipients, maybe you’ll see your team pop up here soon!
Rodeo City Junior Rollers
Rodeo City Rollergirls Junior Derby Team – dedicated to the youth of Kittitas County Washington in building self-esteem and encouraging fun & fitness.
Providence Roller Derby
Founded in 2004, is the premier all-female, flat-track roller derby league in New England. We are committed to fostering a positive, inclusive and supportive environment for all women to engage and participate in the sport of roller derby. As a founding member of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association, PRD competes against other leagues with our internationally-ranked all-stars, the Rhode Island Riveters; they are currently 87th in the world.
Kingsford Track Bratz Junior Roller Derby
The Kingsford Track Bratz are the Upper Peninsula’s first junior roller derby team! Any girl ages 7-17 can join. Junior roller derby is a fun team sport that teaches independence and pride to our girls. For more info, email KKJRDerby@gmail.com.
Southern Maryland Roller Derby
Southern Maryland Roller Derby, Inc. (SMRD) is a women’s flat track roller derby league that trains to create amateur national competitive roller derby teams. SMRD provides a safe and supportive environment for a diversity of people that fosters acceptance, respect, camaraderie, self esteem, athleticism, and good sports(wo)manship. As roller derby athletes and ambassadors, SMRD members are encouraging role models and gladly support our community and other non-profit entities through charitable contributions
Charlottesville Derby Dames
The Charlottesville Derby Dames are Charlottesville’s first and only skater-run, flat track roller derby league. The Dames’ mission is to promote sportsmanship and community by providing an alternative form of fitness and entertainment to the women and men of Charlottesville and surrounding counties.
Windy City Rollers
The Windy City Rollers is a nonprofit organization that strives to promote athleticism and fraternity among its members and seeks to foster professional, personal and athletic advancement for all its members. Whenever possible, the organization shall support and promote its members in all their pursuits both on and off the track. We strive to advance and grow our organization from within, cultivating the blatant and latent talents of all members.
Capital City Derby Dolls
CCDD offers its members the opportunity to skate competitively or join one of its house league teams. CCDD strives to help skaters meet the objectives they establish for themselves.
Port Scandalous Roller Derby
Port Scandalous Roller Derby (PSRD) is a non-profit 501(c)(4) flat track roller derby league located in Port Angeles, WA. PSRD was formed in May of 2010 and has gone through many changes since then. PSRD is primarily skater run and would not be possible without the hard work of our volunteers, league members, and skaters.
Oslo Roller Derby
Oslo Roller Derby is a roller derby league based in Oslo, Norway. “Oslo Roller Derby club was founded 19/10/2011 and we are currently almost 80 members divided between players, referees and NSOer. We are proud to be the first to bring this sport to the capital.”
Tampa Roller Derby
Roller derby is a do-it-yourself organization… for the skaters, by the skaters. Every skater, ref, and volunteer you see out on the track or running production does so because they LOVE roller derby.
Babe City Rollers
Bemidji’s very own flat track roller derby league.
Sonoma County Roller Derby
In 2007 Sonoma County Roller Derby founded the first all-female flat-track roller derby league in the North Bay Area. Our two teams, the Wine Country HomeWreckers and the North Bay Bruisers, represent Sonoma County in bouts across the country while competing to win the national title. SCRD is a proud member of The Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA).
The Big Easy Rollergirls
Founded in 2005, the Big Easy Rollergirls is New Orleans’ official all female flat track roller derby league. The Big Easy Rollergirls (BERG) are proud members of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association.
Lost N Found Youth
Lost-n-Found Youth is an Atlanta-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to take homeless lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youths up to age 25 off the street and transition them into more permanent housing.
Fayetteville Roller Derby
The Rogue Rollergirls are Fayetteville’s premier all-female flat track roller derby team.
Ohio Valley Roller Girls
Our practice facility is the Rec Center in Martins Ferry Ohio but we play our home bouts at the James E. Carnes Center in St. Clairsville, Ohio
Star City Roller Girls
The Roanoke Valley’s premiere roller derby league, since 2006.
Vette City Roller Derby
Formed in 2009 in Bowling Green, Kentucky, Vette City Roller Derby is like nothing the local sports scene has ever seen. What all of these amazing women have in common (other than kick-awesome Derby names) is the love they have for competing, participating in the sport and culture of roller derby and for sharing the experience with those they meet.
Battle Creek Cereal Killers
The Battle Creek Cereal Killers is a 100% skater owned team formed in May 2011. We were accepted into the WFTDA Apprenticeship program in January 2014 and became a full WFTDA member league in December 2014. The league currently consists of two teams, A team – Battle Creek Cereal Killers and B team – BCCK Repeat Offenders.
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