Mustangs4Change highlighted in Hill Section Life
For more than a year, iACT has been working with Mustangs4Change leaders Micaela Tomaro, Amalia Lohuis, and Julia Nuttall-Smith to grow their leadership skills, engage the Mira Costa High School community, and foster empathy in their club members. Hill Section Life, a local Manhattan Beach magazine has highlighted their work. To read the article, download this PDF and scroll to page 14.
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With funding support from Tahani, Jack, and their mindfulness community, Darfuri refugees in the eastern region of Chad are preparing for the launch of two new Little Ripples (LR) Ponds in Goz Amer refugee camp.
With a recent grant from UEFA Foundation for Children, iACT is thrilled to announce that this year we will expand Little Ripples and the Refugees United Soccer Academy to four new camps in Chad!
Connecting Communities through the Love of the Game: Refugees United Soccer Academy and Thunder Shots Collaboration
As the world’s leading and most popular sport, soccer can play a significant role in bringing people from all walks of life together. From the Champions League to recreational youth leagues on dirt and grass pitches in every corner of the world, countless people come...