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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.

Ball Project partners help children play in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, 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 build community & to help children play.

Here is a wonderful update from one of our Sports Friends partners in Burkina Faso:

Using a simple tool like a ball and impacting a village is what these balls are doing.

They bring people together, they have also been a great blessing to our new coaches starting their teams. Though balls usually don’t last long they are able to get started with the trainings of their teams.

These balls have also been used to bring in relationships to help in sharing leadership & life lessons. When you have other teams and spectators congratulating the teams after the matches for their character on the field even in bad calls, shows that they are different then other teams and a change is happening. They are starting the conversation of sharing their stories and opening doors.

These balls & equipment have been a great blessing to the new coaches, and our projects; thank you very much!

Ball Project is thankful for our partners working around the world to strengthen 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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