The first weekly newsletter from Can Soccer Save the World highlights five projects using soccer to produce positive social change.
Tag Archives: India
Invest in girls who are changing the world
Seva Football (soccer) is a non-profit Youth Serving Youth group at Edina High School. Seva aims to promote soccer among minority and underprivileged youth across the world. Seva has started leagues for women in India and Vietnam and works to support Hmong, Latino, and Black communities in the Twin Cities.
Yuwa is a Jharkhand, India-based organization; registered both as a Society in India and a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization in the U.S. Yuwa uses girls’ football to promote health, education, and improved livelihoods.
JoLi Academy is founded by two professional soccer players (Joanna Lohman and Lianne Sanderson, currently playing in Spain), in order to spread women’s soccer and make a difference in the world.