Every court we help build is a true partnership with a local community, the community is the primary driving force behind the initiation of court building project. Courts for Kids comes beside the community and works with them to make that dream a reality.
It is difficult to meet the needs of every community and that’s where we need your help! The communities below are just a few of the many that are waiting for a group to adopt their project and help to build the court. If you are interested in supporting one of these community projects please contact email@example.com for more information on how you can help.
Orphanage of Fundacion Red de Misericordia is home to 100 kids from infants to teens who have been the victims of sexual abuse, domestic violence, or human trafficking. These children are fully supported by the orphanage. Over the years they have seen how sports can impact and enhance the lives of the children and have been trying for years to get a court. We are in need of a volunteer group to adopt this project for a 2017 trip! CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
Haiti is the poorest country in the western hemisphere with innumerable needs. Many of our community partners are schools eager to build courts for the hundreds of area children which have absolutely no public place to play sports. Each school located in a safe secure campus and regularly host medical mission groups to provide much needed services to area residents. We would love to have you help build a court in one of these amazing schools. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how you can help.
We have strong partnerships with many communities in many parts of Uganda, some of which have been waiting years for a group of North American volunteers to adopt their project.
If you are interested in supporting a project in Uganda or would like plan a trip to help build a court in Uganda please contact email@example.com for more information.
Central & South America
Each year we partner with many communities in countries all over Central and South America. If you are interested in partnering with a community in Central or South America please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.