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Ball Project would like to thank our donors & partners around the world working to help children play.

Here is the current situation for NWFM, one of our partners in the Seattle area in the USA:

Like many others, our work has been drastically impacted by COVID-19 this year. We are still shutdown here, and are waiting for Phase 3 before we can begin training again.

We have been able to check in with coaches and their families to see if there are any needs. Zoom and video calls have allowed us access to check in with players.

We received donated equipment from a national foundation. Along with other donations, we were able to give away 75 soccer balls to help refugee kids play here in WA.

We partnered with another national sports agency for two soccer camps this summer. 6 kids made a decision for further mentoring and coaching.

Ball Project is thankful for our partners working hard during these challenging times to help children play.

The big idea behind Ball Project is small & simple: children that play together are less likely to fight each other when they grow up.

The mission of Ball Project is to help children play.

Ball Project helps get balls & equipment for sports & games to coaches & community leaders around the world.

Soccer team in Chad, Africa with Ball Project balls

Ball Project partners help children play in Africa, Asia, Europe, North & South & Latin America, & the South Pacific.

Ball Project partners help children play in orphanages, prisons, refugee camps, rehab centers, schools & community leagues & academies.

Ball Project is a 501c3 non-profit organization & is entirely volunteer led & made possible by the support of our partners & donors. All donations go to fund balls & equipment for sports & games.

Ball Project is thankful for our partners around the world working faithfully 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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