Our partners are a vital part of our mission to provide quality soccer programming to underprivileged communities in the United States and around the world.
SUPER SOCCER STARS
Round Star Foundation relies on the coaching expertise of the Super Soccer Stars coaches for our Building Soccer Bridges and Special Needs programs. Super Soccer Stars' goal is to teach soccer skills in a fun, noncompetitive, educational environment. Their philosophy is to use soccer to nurture, build self-confidence, and develop teamwork. They use positive reinforcement and a low child-to-coach ratio to ensure that each child improves at his or her own rate while having fun.
New YOrk City Department of Education DISTRICT 75
District 75 provides citywide educational, vocational, and behavior support programs for students who are on the autism spectrum, have significant cognitive delays, are severely emotionally challenged, sensory impaired and/or multiply disabled. District 75 is comprised of 59 schools and reaches 25,000 children across all five boroughs in New York City.
GOLDMAN SACHS GIVES
Goldman Sachs has committed in excess of $1.6 billion to philanthropic initiatives. Many of the programs they donate to help solve crucial social and environmental issues. By their investment, they hope to stimulate economic growth and community engagement, establish a network of nonprofit and educational partners with expertise and experience to maximize success.
US-AFRICA CHILDREN'S FELLOWSHIP
The US-Africa Children’s Fellowship is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to improving education for young people in Africa. As of April 2013, USACF has sent twenty-three 40-foot shipping containers to schools in Zimbabwe, Ghana, Tanzania, South Africa, and Botswana. Each container is filled with library books, textbooks, school supplies, sports equipment, toys, and other needed materials. USACF is working hard to improve the lives of more than 250,000 children.
PlaySoccer2Give raises money and awareness for charities that use soccer for social good. Their goal is to promote justice and restore dignity where it has been lost through the game of soccer.
THE FAR FUND
The FAR Fund is a private grant-making fund established in 2001 and located in New York City. The Fund awards grants to a diverse range of non-profit organizations that are working toward far-reaching goals in their efforts to support the social and emotional well-being of the people they serve.
Become a Partner
We invite you to join us in our quest of making the world a better place through soccer! If you would like to partner with us, please fill out the form below and one of our staff members will get back to you.