Soccer is a universal game around the world; we see it everywhere we go. Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador, Brazil – soccer is a language that needs no translation. (In Tanzania the kids often use an old balled up sock for a ball, and even barefoot they can score the heck out of the American kids). So it is no wonder when guests of Thomson Family Adventures traveled to Peru in August they saw a huge need for decent equipment.
On their return to Maryland, Karen Druffel and the Elkridge Youth Organization (EYO Sports) began a fun project to deliver their generous donations to the village they visited. Due to issues of customs and taxes we knew we couldn’t just send 10 soccer balls in one batch – and so we parcelled them out to our future travelers to take them in suitcases to our local colleagues in Peru, who then took them to the kids. Thank you to everyone for your part in this glorious gift of generosity.
See their joy!