We’re excited to announce that we received a grant from Health Foundation of South Florida to expand Soccer for Success to more than 1,300 kids living in underserved communities in South Florida. Learn moreabout this announcement.
Do you want to bring Safe Places to Play to your community? Our 2018 SpringSafe Places to Play grantscycle is open and letters of interest are due January 26th. These grants support projects involving synthetic turf, lighting, irrigation, and Sport Court surfacing.
We are accepting applications for our 2018 Program Grants. We seek to support organizations that are currently using innovative techniques to engage teenagers in sustainable programming that utilizes soccer to develop life skills. Applications are due February 2nd.
When Sergeant Cognac saw his community’s passion for soccer but nowhere to play the sport, he became inspired. Learn how Sergeant Cognac and the Hawthorne Police Department worked with community partners to transform an abandoned tennis court and create a community hub for the City of Hawthorne.