Basketball Empowers 200 Chinese Migrant Girls

by A Bridge for Children International
Jan 2, 2013

Fall 2012 Update

Dear ABC Friends and Family,

We would like to take this time to congratulate all of our Fall Partners. More than 85 migrant youth girls and 19 volunteer coaches from 4 different migrant schools in Beijing recently completed 8 weeks of ABC TALENT's 4C's (Courage, Care, Confidence and Commitment) leadership training.

New schools and old schools alike stepped out strong this semester at Diyi Xingongmin, Peng Ying, Xing Hua, and Zhen Hua.

End-of-semester games took place at individual schools, where students showed they got game! Reflected on the court were Courage, Care, Confidence, and Commitment skills gained in each of 8 day-long practice sessions designed to build strong hearts, minds, and bodies in school communities surrounding Beijing.

Best Regards,

ABC Family


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A Bridge for Children International

Location: New York - USA
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A Bridge for Children International
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Zadok Huang
Beijing, Beijing China

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