On March 7, 2012 the U.S. Soccer Foundation awarded thirteen Social Innovation Fund Sub-Grants, totaling $3.6 million over two years, to support the implementation of Soccer for Success, the Foundation’s after-school, sports-based youth development program that uses soccer as a tool to combat childhood obesity and provides nutrition education and mentorship to children in at-risk communities.

On March 7, 2012 the U.S. Soccer Foundation awarded a $300,000 Social Innovation Fund Sub-Grant over two years to Think Detroit PAL to support the implementation of Soccer for Success, the Foundation’s after-school, sports-based youth development program that uses soccer as a tool to combat childhood obesity and provides nutrition education and mentorship to children in at-risk communities.

On March 7, 2012 the U.S. Soccer Foundation awarded a $300,000 Social Innovation Fund Sub-Grant over two years to the Independent Health Foundation to support the implementation of Soccer for Success, the Foundation’s after-school, sports-based youth development program that uses soccer as a tool to combat childhood obesity and provides nutrition education and mentorship to children in at-risk communities.

On March 7, 2012 the U.S. Soccer Foundation awarded a $230,000 Social Innovation Fund Sub-Grant over two years to the Houston Parks and Recreation Department to support the implementation of Soccer for Success, the Foundation’s after-school, sports-based youth development program that uses soccer as a tool to combat childhood obesity and provides nutrition education and mentorship to children in at-risk communities.

On March 7, 2012 the U.S. Soccer Foundation awarded a $270,000 Social Innovation Fund Sub-Grant over two years to the El Monte Community Building Initiative to support the implementation of Soccer for Success, the Foundation’s after-school, sports-based youth development program that uses soccer as a tool to combat childhood obesity and provides nutrition education and mentorship to children in at-risk communities.

On March 7, 2012 the U.S. Soccer Foundation awarded a $200,000 Social Innovation Fund Sub-Grant over two years to DC SCORES to support the implementation of Soccer for Success, the Foundation’s after-school, sports-based youth development program that uses soccer as a tool to combat childhood obesity and provides nutrition education and mentorship to children in at-risk communities.

On March 7, 2012 the U.S. Soccer Foundation awarded a $300,000 Social Innovation Fund Sub-Grant, over two years, to the Colorado Fusion to support the implementation of Soccer for Success, the Foundation’s after-school, sports-based youth development program that uses soccer as a tool to combat childhood obesity and provides nutrition education and mentorship to children in at-risk communities.

On March 7, 2012 the U.S. Soccer Foundation awarded a $600,000 Social Innovation Fund Sub-Grant over two years to the Brotherhood Crusade to support the implementation of Soccer for Success, the Foundation’s after-school, sports-based youth development program that uses soccer as a tool to combat childhood obesity and provides nutrition education and mentorship to children in at-risk communities.

On March 7, 2012 the U.S. Soccer Foundation awarded a $200,000 Social Innovation Fund Sub-Grant over two years to the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Atlanta to support the implementation of Soccer for Success, the Foundation’s after-school, sports-based youth development program that uses soccer as a tool to combat childhood obesity and provides nutrition education and mentorship to children in at-risk communities.

On March 7, 2012 the U.S. Soccer Foundation awarded a $200,000 Social Innovation Fund Sub-Grant over two years to the Boys and Girls Club of Camden County to support the implementation of Soccer for Success, the Foundation’s after-school, sports-based youth development program that uses soccer as a tool to combat childhood obesity and provides nutrition education and mentorship to children in at-risk communities.