Oh I can’t express for you the doors that have opened for our team and amazed us all the time.
With strong partnership and great impact in family’s life through this crazy game!
 
We are so glad to serve this last season more than 500 families. The balls help us so much to raise the quality of the game and training as every kid has his own instead of 6-8 with one ball like before.
 
 
We have many stories of girls and boys who lives are changed. Not only them but their families and join our weekly trainings and meetings.
 
Our coaches get so encouraged and inspire others as they grow in numbers and wisdom also.We have reached around 60 volunteers.

Oh man there is a lot happening here ♥️!

Ball Project is thankful for our partners around the world working to build their communities & help children play.

In 2014 we started working with children in a municipal garbage dump, thank God
our academy accumulated 90 boys from 5 to 20 years old.

Today we have 6 sports academies in different parts of our country, we mainly serve in low-income areas,
difficult to access due to the location, dangerous areas or with active gang members.


Each of the coaches voluntarily contributed their time to serve in their communities.

It is important to have the basic sports equipment for effective development in each
training session, the impact that these would have on the lives of the boys is
priceless, since it would motivate them to continue in each of their academies with
their friends.

Supporting themselves to get away from the gangs and change their
lifestyle, is our prayer to God
.

Thanks to Ball Project, I received a donation of soccer balls that are being a blessing for 6 sports academies, around 600 children and young people! Thank you.

Ball Project is thankful for all of our partners working faithfully to build their communities & help children play.

Here is a short but sweet update from Last Bell, one of our partners in Ukraine:

Last Bell serves orphanage graduates in Zhytomyr, Ukraine. We start with mentorship, then begin meeting practical needs in the areas of housing, education, job skills, parenting classes, and counseling.

Our first contact with orphanage graduates is in the trade schools in our city, where orphan teens are sent from all over the region. Then we invite them to the Day Center. One reason our youth love the Day Center is that we have ping pong, foosball, and other games that Ball Project has helped us provide. For some of our youth, this is the first time in their lives they’ve had fun with adults who care about them. It may also be the first time they’ve seen ways to have fun without alcohol! Our foosball and ping pong tables are always busy. The Day Center is a place for learning and play, in contrast to the trade schools where our students are often frustrated and lonely.

Ball Project works with schools, orphanages, clubs, teams, coaches, leagues, NGO’s, churches & other groups to help children play.

Ball Project is grateful for all of our partners working faithfully around the world to help build & serve their communities & 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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