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Since the beginning of the year we have been training churches in Community Football Outreach. We hosted eight training events on zoom, resulting 3 churches starting football programs since January 2022. Three more are starting in the next few weeks. Some of these are in low income communities in England.

At the same time we hosted the Children’s London Churches Football Tournament (LCFT) last Saturday (May 14th). 23 churches sent teams. 43 New Testaments were given away, mainly to children who did not attend church.

We have started to develop a specific work for women’s football. Just before Easter we hosted a football tournament for girls aged 7-11. 38 girls took part, of whom 30 did not attend church. They heard the ‘hot seat’ interview with a local pastor and all the feedback we received was positive about attending another tournament later in the summer and a camp in Lancaster.

Over the summer we will host more camps than ever before – across Great Britain. Ball Project equipment and balls will be used at all these camps. This follows two years where there was a lot of disruption due to the restrictions associated with Covid-19.

Weekly activities continue in London, Lancaster, Morecambe, Glasgow and Manchester.

Ball Project is thankful for our partners, like Ambassadors Football, working faithfully to build communities & help children play.

We use Football for girls and boys for all, as a way to invest in coaches to influence the lives of young people in academies, teams and creating their own work to avoid illegal immigration that leads to death and have the stability to deliver from the sources of conflict in their families, their countries and their Region and become the Heroes of their generation in our sub-Region.

We have an academy of 200 children that we have been working for already 5 years with more than 56 Coaches and everywhere we have started the training of Coaches who have already started their programs to mentor by means of sport we work with many of the churches here in Congo, schools and other organizations to expand the vision of sports development here in Congo.

Ball Project is thankful for our partners working faithfully 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.

Help children play

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

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