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Get Involved


Get Involved

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Get Involved


Get Involved

We want YOU to be part of THE THROUGH HER EYES PROJECT. 

There are three main ways that you can get involved.  Explore how to become part of the project below. 

Sister TeAMS

Do you play on a team, coach a team, or know of a team that would like to be a part of our Sister Teams program? 

Click on the button below to learn more about the program and how to become a Sister Team.

YOUR STORY

Do you have a story to tell about how sports has empowered you to be a change agent in your community? Or, do you have a story about someone you know?

Click on the button below to share your story with us, and it may be shared on our blog. 

DONATE

Do you want to help support the work that we are doing? Do you have the resources to support the project through a monetary donation or equipment/uniform donation? 

Click on the button below to learn how to do donate. 

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Share Your Story


SHARE YOUR STORY

Share Your Story


SHARE YOUR STORY

 

WHAT IS YOUR STORY?

DO YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO SHARE?

HAVE THESE STORIES INSPIRED YOU?

WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU.

 

An important part of THE THROUGH HER EYES PROJECT is sharing the voices of girls and women around the world. While we would love to do it, we can't make it everywhere. So, we want you to share your story with us, so we can share it with the world and create an ongoing source of inspiration and collection of these voices, including yours

We have created a space here for you to do so. When we interviewed Glenda Mantilla (below), a soccer player and member of the Lady Rampla soccer club, who plays soccer most Sundays in Ambato, Ecuador, she told us about how soccer had changed her life.

Below, we invite you to tell us about your story, and about anything related to you and sports.

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We want to know how sports has shaped you. Or how you have used sports to become a leader in your community. Or what has kept you from playing sports.

Are you an athlete?

A parent? A coach? A teacher? Or maybe you have not had the chance to play sports.

We want stories from around the world. So, join us and share!

Share your story of how sports has empowered you or someone you know below - and we'll feature some of these stories on our blog.

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When I am out on the track, I can breathe, I can dream, I can be free, and I can go back to my daily life and take care of my family, and be more than just one thing.
— Yolanda Quimbita, Elite Fast Walker, Quito, Ecuador