Giving Kids Sports, Globally

Help Impoverished Children Play Sports

A project of SPORTS GIFT INC

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Organize a community collection of sports equipment to help impoverished children play sports.

Sports Gift offers students, schools, scout groups, churches and other youth groups a unique community service opportunity to help underprivileged children all over the world play sports. Children love sports, but for many children owning a ball or other sports equipment is out of their reach. As a Collection Leader, you can help provide sports equipment to help underprivileged children play sports. You organize a collection event at a local school, sports league or club or other location to collect gently used sports equipment for underprivileged children. You can focus on one or more sports of particular interest to you. Sports Gift distributes the sports equipment to impoverished children all over the world including the United States, Mexico, Central America, Africa, Indonesia and the Middle East. We supply you with materials and assistance to help your effort. Being a Collection Leader is a fantastic community service project for students, but is also great for teams, groups of friends and families. As a Collection Leader, you will have the opportunity to achieve impressive measurable results and we provide you certification of your community service. Contact Sports Gift at: info@sportsgift.org or (949) 388-2359.


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Organization Information

SPORTS GIFT INC
32565 GOLDEN LANTERN ST STE B # 190
DANA POINT, CA 92629

Phone
(949) 388-2359

Web
http://www.sportsgift.org

Email
info@sportsgift.org

Mission
Sports Gift is focused on providing sports to impoverished and disadvantaged children around the world and promoting sport volunteers in US.

EIN 010736882

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