Gabe is a rising eighth grader at Berkshire Country Day School, and he just had his Bar Mitzvah a couple weeks ago.
After School Soccer Program:
Four days a week from 3-6 P.M. over 140 children participate in HotFutbol’s after school soccer program.
After school practice:
HotFutbol’s Girls team participates in CONCACAF Womens’ Futbol Day at the National Stadium Haiti.
HotFutbol is a nonprofit 501 © 3 grassroots organization promoting health, opportunity, and training through futbol. Through the game, children develop skills in communication, leadership, goal setting, discipline, and membership in a larger community.Read more
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Interested students, soccer players, and adults are welcome to come to Haiti to help coach, play, and work in the park.Details
The sustainability of HotFutbol’s community space at Park Izmery and the associated program activities are HotFutbol’s greatest challenges. That includes clean water, viable soccer pitch, improved basketball court, and lighting for the field. The challenge includes ongoing training for coaches, monitoring health and education of children in the program, and promoting increased community involvement.Details
Nonprofit 501(c)3 using the passion of soccer to build innovative and community based programs for children in Haiti.
Monsignor Andre of the church of St. Francis of Delmas celebrates the 6th year anniversary of the earthquake and the opening of
I’ve heard it a lot, “It’s not the shirt on the player, but the heart of the player inside the shirt that