Soccer Balls For Malawi's Children Project
Bring empty soccer balls and small hand pumps to Malawi and change a child's life. When you use High Class transportation service, they are able to donate the soccer balls to their local communities centers for children to enjoy.
Message from Jason:
"When I visited Malawi for humanitarian purposes, I arrived with many soccer balls in my very large military backpack. Believe me, this was no easy feat. I was there to do work that was outside of donations but I took it upon myself to bring them to share with the children of this beautiful country. I honestly had no idea how impactful this was going to be for each community. As I met these different villages and tribes it became clear to me that although each community had an abundance of love, they did not have very many positions at all. When I would leave one or two soccer balls for each community center, I simply could not believe the joy that it brought to the children. I began to understand that the soccer balls represented more than a donation. They were hope for the entire village. These children are kicking around homemade balls that are made out of parts of trees and plastic and string. To hand them a pump and a soccer ball was one of the best feelings in the world.
Promptly upon arriving home I decided I wanted to send more soccer balls. I encountered a problem. Getting your shipments to the destination proved quite challenging without spending an enormous amount of money on shipping. To mail a few soccer balls could cost upwards end of $300 in shipping with DHS for a safe delivery.
If you plan to travel to this region, Justin from High Class Taxi, lives minutes from the airport. I trust him to distribute these soccer balls & pumps. I would be greatly honored if you are reading this and heading to Malawi if you would make the effort.
You cannot imagine the difference this small gesture will make. I made Justin's site in May 2019. I will be so very excited to hear of the very first soccer ball to arrive. If even one ball makes it to Malawi, it will inspire both Justin & I to get more creative. Thank you for taking your time to read this."