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Campaign: Troy Primary School

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Troy Primary School

Raised One World Futbols for Troy Primary School in Jamaica. [...]

How We’re Making a Difference

The kids at Troy Primary School in Jamaica don’t have a lot to do on their breaks. They love to play soccer, but unfortunately, broken standard soccer balls often leave them with nothing to play with. Often, they’ll fill empty soda bottles with rocks and kick them around, creating a makeshift ball.

How and why do standard soccer balls break? The surfaces that the children play on are very rough and harsh, so standard soccer balls deflate and become unusable very quickly.

But we have a solution!

Through this campaign, we’re raising ultra-durable One World Futbols, soccer balls that never need a pump and never go flat, for Troy Primary School in Jamaica. One World Futbols will last much longer and will allow children to play as long as they want. The balls raised through this campaign will be used at Troy Primary School during breaks, lunches and after-school, especially for the soccer team.

Help us make a difference, and support our campaign today!

How You Can Help

Through the Give Balls program, you can buy a One World Futbol for $25 USD that will be given to Troy Primary School in Jamaica.

Campaign Highlights

Through this campaign, we raised 10 One World Futbols.

Making a Difference
One Ball at a Time

10

One World Futbols raised

300

Estimated number of children
receiving the joy of play

10 raised Goal 10

Campaign Supporters

Aaron Appelt gave 2 One World Futbols

Lisa Collins gave 4 One World Futbols

Carol Coulson gave 1 One World Futbols

Sara & Matt gave 1 One World Futbols

Christine Braddock gave 1 One World Futbols

Cherie Coulson gave 1 One World Futbols

over 60 million lives changed
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