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25 students engaging in a inter-district volleyball tournament

6 centers focusing on teaching and training soccer players in Chennai.

Over 40 students practicing and learning cricket and life skills 5 days a week.

Sports teams traveling to different parts of the states and outside to conduct coaching clinics and teaching life skills

Ball Project is thankful for our partners in India & around the world working to strengthen communities & help children play.

– Over 200 volleyball players have benefited through tournaments and summer coaching clinics.

– 11 Professional football teams have been playing in the state run leagues. Its been a great opportunity to serve.

– Women’s cricket has been constantly playing tournaments.

– Cricket academies in four centers have been teaching and serving young boys and girls with values and sport.

Thank you for trusting and serving faithfully. Our partnership makes a huge difference in the lives of many.

Ball Project is thankful for our partners in India & around the world working faithfully to build community & help children play.

Here is a short update from one of our partners in India:

Post COVID restrictions, we are able to help encourage and equip multiple volleyball academies, football coaching centers and cricket centers.

15 member teams traveled to different districts to participate and encourage young children with sport.

We were able to have a volleyball camp for 40 children for 3 days that helped teach life values and key life skills and, obviously, volleyball!


Thank you for the opportunity to serve and bless many children and young people.

Ball Project is grateful for our partners in India & around the world working to improve their communities & to 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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