DONAMI’S EBOLA REACTION
Goals:
(Pending the elimination of the Ebola crisis–)

• Register 60,000 children ages 4-14 to participate in soccer leagues

• Collect 60,000 jerseys/sets of uniforms

• Raise $120,000 ($2 per child) to cover program costs for water, referee fees, registration, trophies, uniforms for one year

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YMCA OF LIBERIA GLOBAL HEADQUARTERS.

  • I'm fired up.

    I am sharing the Vision and training the twelve community(commissioners) coordinators That will initiate the historic first Liberia YMCA youth football (soccer) league for children(boys & girls) 5-15 years of age. The Pilot league will run in six communities: Duport Road Junction, Slipway, Kakata, Gbarga, Unification town and West Point ( a little U.S. influence). 300 teams will participate this season. The league will start April 20, 2013. A historic first for Liberia.If I look fire up, I am for the children . Thanks for your support.

  • WE DID IT!!!

    The First National Grassroots youth Football (soccer) league in the history of Liberia. Hope is alive for the children of Liberia. 1000 players marched in the Opening day Parade. 3000 players will participate in 6 communities start up leagues

  • 300 Teams Sign Up

    Getting started by conducting 1 of 6 coaches' orientations. The Liberia YMCA National Youth Football (soccer) League (coed/ages 4-14), starts April 20 and it's a historic 1st youth football league with 300 teams! Having an excellent time here in Liberia and getting such a warm, welcoming reception from everyone.

  • Trip to Liberia

    Departed for Liberia March 20th to deliver the President's Cup & kick off the Liberia YMCA National Youth Football (soccer) league. Trip: DFW Airport To JFK Airport To Ghana Airport To Liberia .Thanks for all the support. I will deliver.

  • Dallas Baptist University Women’s Soccer:

    In May of 2013 the Dallas Baptist University Women’s soccer team is traveling to Liberia as part of their Global Sports Missions Initiative.

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  • SHIFT THE PRESENT- CHANGE THE FUTURE

    YMCA of the USA- World Service is helping to support the Liberia YMCA through a program created by a Dallas YMCA soccer referee and coach, Doc Lawson, called “Do” Nami.

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