Isperih Children's Sports Clubs

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Isperih Children's Sports Clubs
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Country: Bulgaria
Volunteer(s) Name: O Culley
Volunteer(s) Homestate: West_Virginia
Funds community contributed: $2, 115.00
Percentage community contributed: 31%
Funds needed were: $953.00
Funds requested were: $4, 803.00
PPCP #: 313-059
Year of project approval: 2005
Projects started in Bulgaria 2005 (9).
2005 Camp GLOW, Borino Community Education Center, Bring a Buddy Volunteer Campaign, Children with Different Destinies - Common Dreams and Ambitions, Come On Inside - A Safe Place, English Resource Library, Interactive Language Resource Room, Isperih Children's Sports Clubs, Language Resource Room - Bulgaria
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Other Projects in Bulgaria (33).
"Together We Can Do More" 2009 Summer Camp, 2005 Camp GLOW, A Healthier Future for Children, A Stage for Everyone, After-School Learning Center, Borino Community Education Center, Bring a Buddy Volunteer Campaign, Building Hope Through Basketball, Camp GLOW - Bulgaria 2004, Camp GLOW - Veliko Turnovo, Center for Education and Upbringing, Children with Different Destinies - Common Dreams and Ambitions, Come On Inside - A Safe Place, Community Fitness Center, Community Youth Center … further results
State Flag of West Virginia.svgOther Projects by Volunteers from West_Virginia (2).
Dindefelo Summer Camp, Isperih Children's Sports Clubs, Eric Willson
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Info about the Isperih Children's Sports Clubs

The goal of this project is to provide a successful framework within whcih the children of the Isperih region can play in a soccer league and learn the aspects of the game. An estimated 250 children will be able to partake in the league. Through play, the children will be improving their health, confidence, and ability to be good sportsmen - attributes that can transfer into valuable life skills. There is also an NGO development component to this project given that a local NGO will be creating a partnership with the local municipality to keep the league running after the first two years. Partnership funds will be used to purchase soccer netting for goal posts, a chalking machine, soccer balls, jerseys, and cones and other necessary equipment. The community will be providing land on which the soccer field will be built and assist in funding coaches' per diems.

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