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Soccer Without Borders: Help Girls in Third World Countries Play Soccer

Help Girls in 3rd World Countries Play Soccer

Soccer without Borders is an organization that Senior Boston College soccer player, Julia Bouchelle,  has introduced to our family.  Julia’s sister, Zoey Bouchelle, is  an All-American soccer player at Penn State and spent an eight month internship helping girls through Soccer Without Borders  video (attached).

Soccer Without Borders’ mission is to use soccer as a vehicle for positive change, providing under-served youth a toolkit to overcome obstacles to growth, inclusion and personal success. 

Soccer Without Borders runs community-led, year-round, youth development programs in under-served areas in the USA and abroad. We provide programming to youth who are traditionally excluded from sports-based and extracurricular activities. Our program provides participants with an avenue for positive engagement, a platform for personal growth, and a toolkit for a brighter future.

Inspired to help? Please donate by going here. If you want to learn more to get involved, please go here.


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By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom

2 Comments

  1. Cool! Grassroots Soccer is another good one with a similar mission, but also incorporating Aids education.

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