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Here is an encouraging update from one of our partners in Ghana:

Greetings, may God be with you and the blessing from God be upon you.

We received four balls and the balls have been a platform for the sharing with the young boys in my team whom I am mentoring, we meet on Mondays and Wednesdays for football trainings and on Saturdays for leadership lessons.

The balls has been a blessing to many families and young people. Although the boys have not picked up the role of leading teams, I can say that they are developing their character and leadership qualities.

About 15 boys and some others and constant as they come for mentoring. They have started picking up the pieces of the broken moral qualities. The balls has also helped me to build a strong relationship with them.

 I know with the help of God the world will become better through sports and play.

I want to say a very big thank you and may God bless you for giving us the balls that transform such lives.

Thank you.

Ball Project is thankful for our partners working faithfully to improve their communities & help children play!

We have been able to have camps again. Ball Project equipment was used in 10 camps around the country. As a result of one weekly outreach on an estate we had 100 kids sign up for the sessions. As a result a family started attending church in the same location on Sundays.

We also started a new homeless outreach in Kent. A church is now playing football alongside providing food and a message every week.

We have a lot of opportunities to share with churches and other groups. The Ball Project provides key equipment that enables us to do our job well.

Ball Project is thankful for our partners working faithfully to build community & help children play.

A short but encouraging update from one of our African partners in Angola:

That´s great to share what happening with sports development. Because of the pandemic all sport activities was stopped. But we found a way to give opportunities to kids for playing, we called it as a recreation, because recreation was allowed.

I continue supporting a sport club and having the balls is a big joy. We used footballs to reach two new cities and the balls were a mean of transport to engage and empower church and community leaders on sports leadership development for their young people.

Ball Project is thankful for our partners working faithfully to serve their communities, develop young people into leaders & help children play.

Help children play

“Give me a ball and I’ll have a thousand kids chasing after it.” –Solomon, Kenya

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