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Here is an encouraging update from one of our partners in Moldova:

At the end of last year, doors opened in one of the schools in a nearby city.

Despite the covid, the school administration provided a free floorball training room. The school has opened 3 teams and the guys are actively engaged in floorball.

Floorball is a new sport and a good tool for mentoring and developing youth and young leaders.
We are also hosting a floorball camp

Ball Project is thankful for our partners around the world working faithfully to develop faithful young leaders & help children play.

We have many wonderful partners in Moldova. Here is an encouraging update from one of them.

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The coaches of our club continue sharing the values through sport to various ages and social groups of Moldova. Also over the years, camps have become a very important element of sports development work. Here we have the opportunity to separate children and adolescents from their gadgets, from social networks and literally live with them for several days, show them our values and priorities in practice. Because we always present these camps as sports ones, in the program of the day we have 2 trainings. But most importantly, we spend a lot of time studying the values and communicating. And many guys in the camps begin to live with true purpose.

N is the son of a community leader. It was the volleyball camp that became a turning point for him in understanding the true meaning of life. It was there, during values lessons, that he began to think more and more seriously about his life and legacy. In one of his SMS, he wrote: “I was taught to pray in the morning, evening and on Sundays, but I did not love people, and I did not see much bad in myself. I was cruel and vengeful, there were other bad qualities in me. But you showed me the right way of life, I started to change. ”
For a long period of time, N has come from a neighboring town, to Chisinau, to our church. He has to do this secretly from his father, who, apparently, only realizes what unusual trainers his son has. N wants to commit to a life of integrity.

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Ball Project’s help and support in acquiring equipment is VERY important for us. Thanks to you, we can provide all our teams with the necessary number of balls and equipment. All of this material base tends to deteriorate constantly and requires updating. Thank you for your service. We really hope to continue cooperation.

Ball Project is constantly amazed & encouraged by our partners around the world working hard to help kids play!

Here is an encouraging update from Admirals, one of our partners in Moldova:

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As a basketball academy we see the need in sharing values in the world of sport. We want our players to have growing relationships with team members and in faith. We started a character study for them, in a year it grew up and now we are having 25 players, coaches, members of the family who are joining this group every Thursday.

It is a big joy for us to see how older players are coaching youngest ones and sharing lessons and stories with them on the daily basis.

Currently we have 5 teams of boys and girls of different ages who are coached every day!

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