Homeless World Cup: Real Social Change Through Soccer Homeless World Cup: Real Social Change Through Soccer
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Homeless World Cup: Real Social Change Through Soccer

by Yasha Wallin

October 23, 2012


But for those moments of jubilation, the realty is the players have to return to their lives right after. That's why the Homeless World Cup works with 73 national partners the rest of the year through grass-roots soccer programs and social enterprise to motivate and inspire solutions throughout the year. We can also help, by volunteering, donating, and mobilizing fundraising efforts.

While we anticipate next year's 11th games, let's help this great organization kick some ass.

Photos courtesy of Homeless World Cup

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