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From one of our partners in Nepal:

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In Nepal, we have been using the Ball Project resources for training football coaches, giving the coaches the balls after the training, community sports programs and also in football tournaments between churches and other groups.

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Ball Project is thankful for our partners in Nepal & around the world working to positively impact communities & help children play.

Here is an encouraging & humbling update from one of our partners in Bolivia:

I started football training for kids from an organization that works with prostitutes and their children. We train the children once a week. Kids and teens from 7 to 16 years old. We divide them into 2 groups. From 7 to 11 years old and from 12 to 16 years old.

In another program we do football trainings young people in Reintegration Centers for women and men. Young people who are under 18 years old and cannot go to prison because of their age. We also are going to prison for young people from 18 to 25 years old. In the future we plan are looking for permission to go to the orphanages to train the kids and teens.

Ball Project constantly amazed by & always thankful for our wonderful partners around the world working to reach people from challenging situations to encourage people, build communities & help children play.

One of our partners in the USA is based in Tampa, Florida. Here is their most recent update:

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We work in an inner-city area of Tampa with kids primarily ages 6-18. We have a field and a garage gym where we cultivate relationships through after school activities, games, sports, and fitness to engage students on a deeper level and share values.

The focus of our work is to launch and grow multiplying youth movements that transform communities until the whole world knows how to be united. We are engaging with kids through sports and fitness 4 days a week and two additional days through leadership and mentoring opportunities through the relationships that are built.

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 Thank you so much for your generosity! Your donations have made a huge difference in providing fun things for this neighborhood that have opened the door for good things to be shared and to happen.

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Ball Project is thankful for all of our partners working faithfully to build relationships & 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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