Physical and mental health for vulnerable children

A microproject by Corporacion Superarse
Physical and mental health for vulnerable children
Physical and mental health for vulnerable children
Physical and mental health for vulnerable children
Physical and mental health for vulnerable children
Physical and mental health for vulnerable children
Physical and mental health for vulnerable children
Physical and mental health for vulnerable children
Physical and mental health for vulnerable children
Nov 19, 2021

Your contribution can transform the lives of 50 children this Christmas

A small contribution can go a long way to the 50 children living in the boarding home SUPERARSE

Timely health care and adequate psychological treatment can transform the lives of children who have been mistreated or who have suffered sexual abuse. Outdoor play is one of the ways an abused or homeless child can overcome trauma

For 50 children the dream of being able to play soccer, having a pleasant space in the boarding home where they live and share with their friends is very close. It will be a small space 150 feet long by 108 wide (10 meters wide x 14 meters long)

Each contribution of 20 dollars converts a small piece of cement floor, into a suitable floor to play and do sports, from now on you can start changing their lives for this Christmas.

10 Benefits of soccer in physical and mental health for children:

    1. Strengthens psychological and emotional development

    2. Suitable for hyperactive children: helps create discipline

    3. Stimulates the spirit of improvement

    4. Increase Logical Ability.

    5. Helps to socialize in a positive way

    6.Improves the physical condition of the body

    7. Stimulates motor coordination: better balance, strength and good posture

    8. Oxygenates the blood and improves cardiovascular capacity

    9. Increases testosterone

    10. Improves adaptability to changes


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Corporacion Superarse

Location: Medellin, Antioquia - Colombia
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @corsuperarse
Project Leader:
Ana Palacio
Executive director
Medellin, Antioquia Colombia
$495 raised of $10,000 goal
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