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“There is no greater joy nor greater reward than to make a fundamental difference in someone’s life.” – Mary Rose McGeady

The mission of Ball Project is to help children play.

We believe that relationships are the most valuable things that we have.

Ball Project is a resource partner – which means we connect people, resources & opportunities.

Sometimes that means connecting coaches with other coaches. Recently it meant connecting more or less neighbors in the Pacific Northwest. NW Football Ministries & Redwine Soccer are both in the Seattle-Tacoma area. Both love children & soccer, but they had not connected.

Ball Project was able to help them connect & hopefully more Pacific Northwest communities will be impacted & more children will be playing very soon.

Several years ago, Redwine Soccer introduced Ball Project to Kefa Project‘s great work in Rwanda with children & soccer. Since then Kefa Project & Ball Project have partnered together a couple of times.

Sometimes all you can do is the right in front of you. & sometimes the thing right in front of you is to connect two people. & hopefully that will help children play.

 

Here is a brief update from our partner NW Football Ministries in the Puget Sound area:

The primary target for our Ball Project grant was purchasing equipment for the youth soccer league we are putting together. Our league features sites from around the region, each with its own set of coaches, volunteers and players. The equipment is also shared and used for camps, clinics, and other programs. Our hope is to be working with over 100 kids by the end of the year.

We will also impact a few hundred kids this summer through our soccer camps.

NW Football Ministries thanks you for your partnership.

Like Ball Project, NW Football Ministries is a volunteer led effort. Ball Project is very thankful for all of our partners in the USA & around the world building their communities & helping 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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