01 Jul / A 10 year old boy has realized this beautiful truth early in life: Doing what you love, while affecting positive change, is an amazing way to live…
When Ethan King left his home in Michigan to visit Mozambique with his father in 2009, he saw children playing soccer with balls made from plastic bags wrapped in twine. Ethan also saw, for the very first time, kids raising kids because older generations had died of disease. Although the reality before him was jarring, he saw an opportunity to help through a simple object: a soccer ball. Five years after his visit to Mozambique, Ethan’s nonprofit, Charity Ball, has delivered about 4,000 soccer balls to underserved communities in 22 countries, according to Fox 11 News. When supporters donate $25 to the organization, a soccer ball is donated to children who wouldn’t have one otherwise.
Learn more about Ethan’s project Charity Ball HERE
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