GPS Foundation Partners
Project GOAL (Greater Opportunity for Athletes to Learn), a Providence based non-profit organization, is comprised of education, business, and sports professionals whose mission is to facilitate the development of underserved youth through after-school tutoring and soccer-related programs. Through the partnership with GPS Foundation, Project GOAL will be expanding its programs through New England.
global premier soccer
Global Premier Soccer (GPS) is one of the largest youth soccer organizations in North America. Active in 26 US states, GPS provides programs for players aged 3-20 and has an extensive track record of placing players into the collegiate and professional ranks. Through the partnership with GPS Foundation, GPS provide opportunities for players from at-risk, under-served communities to participate in Premier Soccer and access to high level training and showcase events.
Malawi Children's Mission
Malawi Children's Mission creates conditions in which Malawi’s orphans can thrive. Life for many orphans is about surviving the day. Malawi Children's Mission believe orphans deserve more. Our focus is providing an environment in which a child can develop potential and a future. That orphans will discover their ability to make a positive difference in their own community.
Crooked Trails is an educational non-profit organization helping people broaden their understanding of the impact of travel on the world’s cultures and ecosystems through educational outreach, community development and sustainable travel programs. In partnership with the GPS Foundation, GPS players and families have opportunities to travel to developing nations to support local soccer initiatives and explore new and exciting cultures.
FC TORO was founded on September 1st, 2012 and has since become one of the top clubs in Haiti offering programming to over 300 boys and girls aged 5 to 18. This includes almost 100 sponsored children. In partnership with GPS and the GPS Foundation, FC TORO players will have access to additional player pathways, including FC Bayern ID camps, GPS National Teams, and opportunities to play abroad. GPS Foundation will also provide a coaching development program, support for FC TORO’S Food Program for malnourished players, and academic scholarships.
America Soccer Foundation was established in 2010 by Director, Victor Ortega. This non-profit organization offers soccer training to children in East Boston from ages 8-12. Moreover, ASF serves predominantly disadvantaged children from families that have recently immigrated. In partnership with GPS and the GPS Foundation, ASF players will have access to league play in the New England Premiership as well as free entry into some of the region’s top tournaments. The GPS Foundation also provides ASF players and coaches with uniforms, equipment, and coaching development tools.