Colin Redmond is an 11-year old living in America that wants to make sure every child in the world has a chance to play sports like him. Though, Colin knows this is not the case and over 1 billion children live in poverty and have no access to sports, the arts, or basic necessities. Colin is a young activist and believes he can make a difference.
Joshua is a 19 year old Maasai morani warrior in Kenya and is learning how to play baseball. Thanks to Colin's gifts he now has a new baseball and a bat to pursue his new passion.
Maritea, a 12 year old Kenyan boy, was thrilled with the gift provided by American Colin Redmond. Colin donated several G4G sports soccer balls and personally sent a note offering encouragement to the recipients.
Gear for Goals (G4G) is fueling the passions of sport for children around the world. This young Maasai boy was thrilled with the gift provided to his school and shows off his excellent kicking form.
Everyone in Africa loves soccer and this safari camp has a competitive team that has trouble getting soccer balls because of the expense. Gear for Goals (G4G) was able to provide these big kids with a wonderful gift. SPORT=HOPE=OPPORTUNITY. Many of these young men coach local youth and having a new soccer ball is helpful for them to develop their coaching skills.
This little guy wants a chance to play but doesn't have a ball or a coach. Gear for Goals (G4G) ONE GIVES ONE program is providing young children like William with a chance to one day get a college education and possibly become a professional athlete. Sport teaches so many life lessons including leadership, perseverance, and diligence.
Sports is a great way for young women around the world to display their talents and gifts. Sport knows no gender, age, or race. Sport speaks a universal language on the field and athletes of all nations can play sport together without even knowing one another's native language.
Dr. Warren Bruhl is the executive director of Gear for Goals and a director of parent non-profit, Dreamweaver International. Before taking a leadership position with Dreamweaver and Gear for Goals, Dr. Bruhl practiced chiropractic in the Chicago area for 25 years. Building one of the most successful family practices in the United States, Dr. Bruhl always has had a passion for coaching youth and helping the under resourced people of the world. Dr. Bruhl believes every child deserves a chance to know the dreams and passions of sport and the arts. His dream is to see the 1 billion children living in poverty around the world have sport, hope, and opportunity.
Gear for Goals (G4G) provided coaching and several ONE GIVES ONE soccer balls to help this school of over 1000 students that had only two badly worn soccer balls for recreation.
Gear for Goals (G4G) provided coaching and a ONE GIVES ONE soccer ball to this powerful soccer team in Kenya. These boys are also learning how to play baseball and will represent Kenya in a local little league being created by Gear for Goals.
Gear for Goals (G4G) has provided thousands of children in the Dominican Republic with baseball and other sports equipment. The ONE GIVES ONE baseball program provides new baseballs to local schools and leagues in the Dominican Republic.
Dr. Warren Bruhl, executive director of Gear for Goals, travels to Kenya regularly to develop baseball in this region. He is also actively involved in the promotion of sport around the world with travel to other regions. Since 2012, Gear for Goals has provided over 45,000 children in 19 countries with sport, hope, and opportunity.
Children love playing soccer but often don't have a ball to enjoy their passion for soccer. In Kenya a single soccer ball costs the equivalent of a AN ENTIRE MONTH'S SALARY FOR A MAN OR WOMAN TO BUY (about US $50). A ONE GIVES ONE soccer ball gift can help over 1000 children in a school or a community that don't have a ball to play with.
Gear for Goals (G4G) provides young women with a chance to display their athletic talent and musical ability with their programs. Janet lives in Kenya and wants to be a lawyer one day so she can help her community and empower other women.
Gear for Goals (G4G) volunteers from the Northern Knights baseball program were happy to help out with the Boomer gear drive. They take a few moments to take a photo with one of our young donors.
Gear for Goals (G4G) gave a loud and surprising flash mob dance at the Boomers event after the 7th inning stretch. So much fun to help children get sports equipment and see gear that is collecting dust in garages and basements get a chance a revival and more use.
Gear for Goals (G4G) hosting an event with the Schaumburg Boomers in the Chicago area. Thousands of children benefited from this gear drive event.
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