Fundraising Event in Washington DC

Design(3) We welcome everyone and anyone who would like to help contribute to changing the lives of the underprivileged Dominican and Haitian children living in Cabarete, Dominican Republic.

We will be offering all kinds of DELICIOUS FOOD such as empanadas, BBQ and more! We will also be doing a combination soccer related activities. Don’t miss this chance to change a life, or 10 or 50 or 100+ !!!!

MISSION:

Our mission is to provide a safe environment to support underprivileged youth by engaging them through sports, camaraderie, teamwork and commitment. By providing a safe environment, children are engaged and shown the importance of education, avoiding drugs and avoiding those wanting to do them harm. Not only do we aim to improve their soccer skills but also teach them to work together, distinguish right from wrong and show them the beauty and opportunities that life has to offer through example and discipline. Our goal is to enrich the lives of disadvantaged youth and guide them to fulfill their potential.
LOCATION:

Rock Creek Park picnic site number 24. It’s straight across the tennis courts.

4850 Colorado Ave NW, Washington, DC 20011,

PRICE (per person):

FREE!!!!

Suggested Donation is 25 USD

DONATIONS:

We cannot accept donation on site. Please use the link below if you would like to make a donation.

http://cabaretefutbol.com/2017/02/donate-today/

Where does your donation go?
95 USD = One fully geared player with their own ball.
55 USD = Shoes and socks for one player
25 USD = Shirt and pants uniform
15 USD = Shin guards
10 USD = Small backpack for kids to put their gear
20-40 USD = One ball (we prefer better made balls as they last a lot longer)
2 USD = Water for one practice
Sponsor a player:
By donating any monthly amount you can sponsor a player. What this will do is every time you donate, that money gets put aside until one or all of the above can be purchased for that player. If that player already has a full set up then it will go to another player who has yet to be fully geared. Once all players are geared, sponsoring a player will help pay for the coaches, field maintenance and coaching supplies (in order of what is needed most).

 

DONATE TODAY!

We are very happy to say that we’re officially as official as we can be! What does that mean? It means that you can now make donations to Cabarete Futbol and get those donations TAX EXEMPT!!! Yay!

To make a donation all you have to do is click the button below and follow the directions. We look forward to receiving your contribution!




We have many changes coming soon so stay tuned! A new, easier to navigate, website and lots of information about what our plans are and what your donations are accomplishing.

Many Thanks to Joe and Grace!

Soccer donations (2 of 2)

This is a special post to say thanks for an awesome donation of new soccer cleats, shin gaurds, balls, carrying bag and more! So, THANK YOU Joe Savoie, from PowerUp Sports, for an amazing donation =). I would also like to extend a thank to you Graze Mazzucco for spreading the word!!

On another note, it has been a while since we’ve updated our page but a lot has been going on recently. We’re still holding practices but our schedules are a bit erratic. Stay tuned for more updates and info.

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Field Coming Soon????

We’ve had it on our checklist of things to do and it looks like it could finally be a reality. We are in the process of raising funds to level and build a turf soccer field for the players of Cabarete Futbol. Any and all help is appreciated. To those who have already contributed a million thanks! We are half way to our goal help us reach it!

More details on this coming soon! =)

Suited Up and Ready to Take on the Team!!!

On Friday our founder Alejandro came down and suited up one of our players to play as goalie. We put a helmet, gloves, goggles, padded clothing and more and set a couple of players to shoot the ball at the same time. Lots of laughs and fun was the result. Check out the video below!

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5-27-13 Pratice Pictures – The Little Ones

5-27 CF practice (2 of 3)Yesterday we had practice for the younger kids. We started out with about 8 kids but by the end of practice we had a nice group of around 15. We practiced ball control and ended with a small game. The practices are going a lot smoother now that we have them divided into age groups! We are missing some soccer balls as there are more kids arriving now that it has been divided.

5-27 CF practice (3 of 3)