Provide uniforms for Colombian children at risk

 
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Benefits 2300 vulnerable kids traumatized by poverty and violence teaching them core values and life skills through sports in guided classes providing a healthy lifestyle and a physical and psychosocial development, using physical education, sports and recreation as a tool for social integration. This provides a better use of their free time thus keeping them off drugs and violence. We are instilling behavioral models that shape their future performance by providing them a better quality of life project reportread updates from the field

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Connie Freydell

Miami, FL United States

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