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Here are a few pictures from one of our partners in Uganda. They have been helping in a refugee camp with soccer balls & goals.

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You can see the kind of typical rag ball that many children around the world make & play with (apparently this one bounced very well).

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For the soccer goals – you can see them being installed & the finished product.

 

 

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Ball Project is thankful for all of our partners in the neighborhood & around the world working hard to help children play.

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The mission Ball Project is simply to help children play.

Ball Project believes in the Power of Play to change communities & children of all ages.

Ball Project helps children play by helping get balls & sports equipment to coaches & community leaders around the world.

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Ball Project partners help children play in Africa, Asia, Central Asia, Europe, the South Pacific, North & South & Latin America. Ball Project partners help children play in orphanages, prisons, refugee camps, rehab centers, schools & community leagues & clinics.

Ball Project is volunteer led & made possible by the support of our partners & donors.

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A decent soccer ball can cost anywhere from $6 in Mozambique to close to $80 in the South Pacific.

In 2017 Ball Project worked with dozens of partners on dozens of projects around the world with fun projects including: Ultimate Frisbees in Cape Town, surfboards & soccer balls in Venezuela, volleyballs & soccer balls in India, & a basketball goal & balls in Moldova (to name just a few).

& obviously, Ball Project is grateful for our partners around the world working to improve their communities & to help children play.

Merry Island Christmas!

Thank you.

The best is yet to come.

Help children play

“Give me a ball and I’ll have a thousand kids chasing after it.” –Solomon, Kenya

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