Team of refugee women arrives to Girls’s World Cup to share message of inclusion & dedication to alternative for all on the brightest stage for ladies’s sports activities.
— Adam Miles
AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND, July 17, 2023/EINPresswire.com/ — Recent from a really profitable journey to Tokyo, Japan the Utah-based #SheBelongs Team has arrived in Auckland, New Zealand prepared to play a sequence of three exhibition matches with native golf equipment and attend the primary match of the US Girls’s Nationwide Team in opposition to Vietnam Saturday afternoon at Eden Park.
This group of unbelievable younger ladies has largely raised their very own funds and made numerous sacrifices to make this lengthy and necessary journey to win hearts and open minds to the facility of ladies and refugees by soccer.
The #SheBelongs group is thrilled to announce its match schedule this week as follows:
Tuesday, July 18, 16:00 – 17:30: Waikaraka Park (175-243 Neilson Road, Onehunga, Auckland 1061)
Wednesday, July 19, 16:00 – 17:30: Waitemata FC (198 McLeod Street, Te Atatū South, Sotuh 0610)
Thursday, July 20, 16:00 – 17:30: Walter Massey Park (Māngere East, Auckland 2024)
The #SheBelongs Team will play these pleasant matches in opposition to specifically shaped groups of native refugee and non-refugee women representing Refugees As Survivors New Zealand, UMMA Belief, Auckland FC, and Manukau United.
The general public and media are warmly invited to attend these distinctive matches totally free and assist the message of #SheBelongs shared by this worldwide group of footballers. These younger ladies are dedicated to making change for gender fairness and alternative for all by the attractive sport and obtain the theme of the 2023 Girls’s World Cup by in search of to go “Past Greatness.”
“Within the weeks previous our arrival right here in Auckland, this group of highly effective younger ladies has confirmed what I already knew, that they belong on the soccer pitches and the golf equipment of communities all world wide,” stated Adam Miles, Founder and Govt Director of Refugee Soccer and the creator of #SheBelongs. “You can not see this various group of ladies on and off the sphere and never be moved by their grace, confidence, work ethic, and ambition. We’re all so excited to watch them share who they’re as they interact with and study from their native Kiwi counterparts this week.”
The message of #SheBelongsTM will impression tens of millions of individuals throughout a variety of backgrounds, life tales, and ranges of privilege. There are a lot of methods to get entangled and assist this effort and anybody is inspired to contact the group.
For extra info go to https://refugeesoccer.org/shebelongs, or contact Govt Director Adam Miles at: +1-801-931-1170 or through e mail at email@example.com.
The #SheBelongs Soccer Mission is a long-term program of bonding occasions and competitions to interact communities of refugee and non-refugee women by soccer within the USA and world wide. The first purpose of #SheBelongsTM is to shine the sunshine of recent perspective and hope on the struggles of refugee women and to rejoice their journey to success wherever they resettle.
Via this program, the Utah-based nonprofit goals to break down gender fairness partitions and create a protected, empowering house for these women and, in so doing, obtain the next aims:
| Foster true belonging | Enhance emotional well-being | Empower women to attain their fullest potential as athletes, wage-earners, and residents. |
About Refugee Soccer
Refugee Soccer was formally established in 2016 as a devoted program below the 501(c)(3) entity often called Bridges To America, Inc. based mostly in Salt Lake Metropolis, Utah. Bridges To America was began in 2005 initially to reunite African households separated by struggle, famine, and poverty. Soccer turned a key a part of Bridges’ efforts round 2013 as Founder and Govt Director, Adam Miles, began to contain his 4 kids within the effort. His then 13-year-old daughter, Kylie, a goalkeeper, performed a elementary position in elevating funds to ship 100 soccer balls to youngsters residing in rural villages in Ghana, West Africa by the Bridges’ program often called Save-A-Thon For Africa. This effort was the genesis of Refugee Soccer.
Right now, the mission of Refugee Soccer is to join refugee and established communities by soccer world wide. Refugee Soccer was shaped to create and assist options that fight the great losses of productiveness, progress, and hope that outcome from the large displacement occurring on the planet at traditionally excessive ranges. Soccer is our secret weapon.
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