Soccer is a weapon for social change

CAN Futbol Foundation uses soccer as a vehicle to empower the world’s underprivileged youth, help them grow as student-athletes, and develop as positive members of their communities. Take the pledge to promote soccer as weapon for social…Read More

Raise $50 for Grassroot Soccer when you switch to DIRECTV

Using the power of soccer in the fight against HIV and AIDS, Grassroot Soccer (GRS) provides African youth with the knowledge, life-skills and support to live HIV-free. DIRECTV offers great international soccer, health, and world culture programming. That’s…Read More

Join the Lose the Shoes Team!

Check out our NEW Lose the Shoes Coordinators' Forum! http://facebook.com/group.php?gid=54210114493 ************* Lose the Shoes is a student-led campaign to support Grassroot Soccer's fight against HIV/AIDS in Africa. Our signature event is a 3v3 barefoot…Read More

Want to go to Africa???

Hello Grassroot Soccer supporters! Interested in kick-starting a career in public health? Ever imagined spending a year living and working in an African country? Want to play a part in the fight against one of the greatest tragedies of our lifetime? Having a…Read More

3 Ways to Kick AIDS in Africa this Spring

Hello Grassroot Soccer Supporters! Happy 2009! Here are three ways to join the GRS team to fight HIV and AIDS in Africa this spring. 1) Vote for GRS in the upcoming Nike/Ashoka "GameChangers: Change the Game for Women in Sport". Visit…Read More

Become a GRS Intern

Interested in joining the Grassroot Soccer team in Africa? GRS is offering a handful of one-year internships in southern Africa to college graduates. Working with innovative HIV prevention programs, interns gain valuable experience, leadership skills,…Read More

Newsflash: 2010 World Cup Provides Platform for Major HIV Prevention Initiative

Dear Grassroot Soccer Supporters, World AIDS Day 2008 marked the official launch of the Football for an HIV-free Generation (F4) Initiative (http://f4hivfree.org). Driven by an alliance between GRS, UNAIDS, CSI+, loveLife, and the African Broadcast Media…Read More
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