My name is Alexander Ryan, but most people call me Sasha. I was born when our family lived in Russia where my parents were serving as Salvation Army officers. I lived in Russia for the first four years of my life until we moved back to Canada. When we returned from Russia our family moved […]
Marc Bacolcol I’d like to share a little bit about myself and where I come from. I’m a 17 year old first generation Canadian, born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. All my life, I’ve been living in government/community housing and it isn’t exactly the ideal positive environment a child should grow up in. Living in […]
SOCIALLY Long-term goals: For young people to develop social skills and become fully functioning and responsible members of society. Milestones: That youth learn basic social skills enabling them to take responsibility for themselves and others, keep to schedules, function well in group situations, show kindness and consideration for others, and respect for parents, teachers and […]
ACADEMICALLY – to become motivated to further their education using all their personal gifts and abilities.
ACADEMICALLY Long-term goals: For young people to complete their schooling to the best of their ability and become motivated to further their education using all their personal gifts and abilities. Milestones: That they engage positively with their schooling, consistently complete homework, perform well academically and be examples to their peers. Methods: Each FFA Global player […]
SPIRITUALLY – the development of a personal faith, a good character, courage to stand up for ones beliefs.
SPIRITUALLY Long-term goals: The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child states that children must have access to information and material aimed at the promotion of his or her social, spiritual and moral well-being (Article 17). In accordance with this FFA Global encourages the development of a personal faith as a vital aspect of […]
ATHLETICALLY Long-term goals: For young people to attain their full athletic potential. Milestones: To give football training, build team spirit, develop discipline and endurance, provide an understanding of the body’s functions and needs, and strengthen individual skills. Methods: FFA Global’s young participants are assigned to selected football clubs and academies where they are challenged and […]
Kristin Treitz, one of the candidates that was awarded a professional trial during the FFA Global ID-camp, has travelled to Sweden for a try-out with the division 1 soccer team P18 IK.
The goal of ‘Football for All’ is to use football (soccer) as a vehicle to come alongside marginalized young people, challenge passive acceptance of difficult circumstances and aid in the transformation of their full potential. We do this by by development in four core areas: ATHLETIC: How to attain full athletic potential ACADEMIC: The […]