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Over 120 young boys between the age of 10 and 12 participated in a football tournament held recently in Chennai. It was a great opportunity help kids participate and play. We were also able to share key life values with these kids. We shared the timeless wisdom and leadership lessons to all.

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

P, a Cameroonian young man, came to our weekly football group after being invited through a language course. He was passionate about football but more interested in making friendships and being in community.

Unfortunately on his first day he was injured by one of the other African players, who stepped on his heal and ruptured his Achilles tendon. He was in so much pain we didn’t know what to do but then one of our team members offered to pray for him and P finally agreed to be taken to hospital. Our team member stayed with him until the early hours of the morning and then we also drove him and his car home.

Some other members of our team went to his doctor the next day, purchased medication and prepared food for him. They also went to visit him and asked to pray for him again which he gladly received.

Ball Project is thankful for our partners in Germany (& Cameroon) & around the world working faithfully to serve their players & their communities & help children play.

After a year and half, this is the fruit of a ball and $20USD.

The Ball Project has helped me start a ladies soccer team.

We now have about 54 ladies that show up twice a week for mentoring, coaching, leadership development and soccer….

Keep us in prayer as we need more tools, balls, soccer equipment and books to keep going.


Ball Project is thankful for our partners in Togo & Africa & around the world working faithfully to teach, train, build 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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