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To give a soccer ball is to give smiles, laughter, play, and fun.
We arrived in the small village of Corumana, Mozambique,
four white men stepping out into a village which sees few visitors.
The children huddled in a group behind a tree staring at us.
We made them nervous and could not speak their language to calm them.
We gave them a soccer ball, they smiled wide and shrieked with excitement,
a game ensued with all the kids playing, and it was like we had been there forever.
A soccer ball had broken the ice, a soccer ball had turned fear and wareness into laughter and play,
and from there, into trust. A Gift of Joy!
The residents of the rural African villages have a passion for soccer,
yet most will never get to experience playing the game with a real soccer ball.
This is where we would love for you to get involved,
helping us raise funding for the Rhino Cup Champions League and soccer sporting equipment.
The Rhino Cup launched in 2017, and upgraded to the Rhino Cup Champions League in 2018, to uplift the local communities surrounding that of Corumana and Sabie in Mozambique, and also to help eliminate the practice of rhino poaching in existing and neighboring South African parks.
The League offers them a healthy alternative to rhino poaching as a way of earning money, through competing in the League for prize money sponsored by the Wild and Free Foundation and its Sponsors.
WHO IS WILD & FREE FOUNDATION?
Wild and Free Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization in the USA, and a tax-exempt Public Benefit Organization in South Africa. Our immediate mission is to curtail the extinction of the African Black and White Rhinoceros. The Foundation work focuses on the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park and surrounding areas in South Africa, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe.
OUR MAIN OBJECTIVES
the remaining black & white rhinos.
marginalized communities next to conservation areas.
communities with activities & opportunities
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