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HUNT4SOCCER

We provide soccer balls to at risk children through after school programs and put smiles on their faces!

Who We Are

HUNT4SOCCER is a ​501 (c)(3) non-profit organization 
(EIN: 20-0686175) that provides at risk children soccer balls through partnerships with after school programs on a nationwide basis. 100% of all donations are used to purchase new soccer balls.

  

Hunt4Soccer was founded in January of 2004 in memory of Hunt Silcock who passed away from a sudden illness at the age of thirteen in December of 2002. His love and passion for the game of soccer began at a very early age and continued throughout his life.

Hunt4Soccer provides at risk children the opportunity to not only learn, play and enjoy the game of soccer, but to teach the importance of team effort, fair competition and good sportsmanship. The program works with after school programs.

Each Hunt4Soccer participant receives a new soccer ball. To date, over 75,000 soccer balls have been distributed to at risk children throughout the United States. Hundreds of thousands of at risk children have played withn Hunt4Soccer Soccer Balls.


Hunt4Soccer began working with after school programs in the Dallas area including Dallas Scores and the FC Dallas Community Clinic program. Hunt4Soccer has since expanded its relationship with America Scores, and is now in fourteen affiliated cities throughout North America.  

In 2009, Hunt4Soccer partnered with The Vail Valley Foundation based in Avon, Colorado. The Foundation provides and supports programs that serve economically disadvantaged youth from pre-school through college. The common theme in all of the Foundation's efforts is to not only keep kids from "falling through the cracks," but lift them up through education, sports and opportunities that promote character development including Academic Soccer.

In 2013, Hunt4Soccer partnered with The Sanneh Foundation based in Minneapolis and St. Paul Minnesota. The Foundation, a youth development organization, provides life skills programs for at-risk children using soccer as the catalyst to empower kids, improve lives and unite communities. 


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