The question at our FFWU strategy workshop last weekend was: how do we grow our impact while making us more sustainable as an organization at the same time? We did’nt …
Volunteers are the heart and soul of every social profit organization. But in order to grow and grow sustainably, organizations like FFWU need to invest in professional structures and full-time …
Next year we are up for something big: in 2021 we want to work with 24 young women and men from South African townships and help them become Social Football Coaches for their local communities. And to turn this plan into reality, we need your support!
10 years of FFWU – the people that shaped our story: Interview with Mkululi Gee Gogo from Heideveld, Cape Town
During our first coaching course at GCU in 2011 one coach was really standing out. It was Cody Damons who at that time was 17 years old.
In 2011 I was working as a volunteer in the YDF project in the Northern part of South Africa. During that time, I was staying in Cape Town for a few days and on my last day before leaving the city I aimed to visit a Football Community Project which was named Great Commission United (GCU) and was supported by the Hostel was staying in.
A coaching course for 17 coaches from 9 countries. This month we worked with 17 coaches from Syria, Iraq, Turkey, Bulgaria, Germany, Gambia, Ghana, Nigeria and Eritrea on how to use football as a tool for social integration and personal development.