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http://www.path-project.org/  

 

The Path Project is a non-profit community and youth development organization that exists in trailer park communities which are home to majority first and second generation Latino immigrants. The Path Project strives to address the challenges these at-risk children face due to the absence of positive role models, lack of basic skills, and the hopelessness that leads to gang activity, teen pregnancy, and dropping out of high school.  We are inspired by the determination of the children in these communities who are striving to stay on the rightpath!

 

Our Mission: Helping kids in at-risk communities find the right path for their lives.

Our Values: Partnering with children and families in at-risk communities to offer the possibility of a better path through Spiritual Development [recognizing God's plan & biblical application], Academic Development [learning basic skills & homework help], and Social Development [building life skills & setting achievable goals].

Our Vision: To expand The Path Project to other at-risk neighborhoods in order to help more kids find the right path for their lives. 

 

On May 31st the Path Project is holding a community event located inside the Franklin Estates Mobile Home Community. Soccer is something the brings this community together, so we decided to hold a mini soccer camp for elementary & middle school aged children.  After the mini camp we will be providing lunch & a variety of field day events for these kids to enjoy.

 

We would like to accept donations of old soccer equipment (cleats, balls, shorts, socks, shirts, etc) to pass out to the participants of the mini camp.  I will set up bins that will have the below logo attached near the concession areas during the tournament.  

 

 

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Please contact Justin Moses (justmoses7@gmail.com) if you have any questions.

 

 

 

All the Best,

 

Justin Moses