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Thanks for supporting our Soccer Recycling Event!

Sunday, August 5th marked our first annual Soccer Recycling Event for which we invited folks to donate their gently used soccer jerseys, soccer cleats and soccer balls.

Soccer Recycling Event at Code Four Athletics

We sincerely thank everyone who showed up for this event, and for their generous donations of soccer gear. Everything collected during the drive will be given to Seattle’s Rainbow of Magnolia Fountains of Life, a charitable organization that works to improve living conditions in African countries by building schools, water wells and other necessities. The soccer gear is distributed to the children of these remote villages, where soccer has become a much-needed escape from the rigors of their daily lives.

In fact, we’d like to un-officially designate all of August as Soccer Recycling Month, and invite you to stop by anytime during the month with your donations!

Soccer Recycling Event at Code Four Athletics

Gettin' geared up for the Code Four Athletics Soccer Recycling Event!

 

Soccer Recycling event on Sunday, August 5th from 11-3 at Code Four Athletics in Kent, WA.

Code Four Athletics, a Kent- based soccer specialty brand, is looking for your gently used soccer jerseys, soccer cleats, soccer balls and other gear as part of its first annual Soccer Recycling Event. You can drop off your donations Sunday, August 5th from 11am-3pm at the company’s showroom, located at 22013 68th Ave. S inKent (offWest Valley Highway, less than 5 miles south of Starfire Sports). Simply look for the brand’s unmistakable Soccer Ball Car out front.

Soccer Recycling Event at Code Four Athletics

Everything collected during the drive will be given to Seattle’s Rainbow of Magnolia Fountains of Life, a volunteer-run charitable organization that works tirelessly to improve living conditions in African countries by providing clean water and sanitation, sustainable agriculture techniques, and support for local schools.

The soccer gear will be distributed to the children of these remote villages, where soccer has become a much-needed escape from the rigors of their daily lives.

Fountains of Life founder Darek Stuj began his non-profit organization five years ago, when workers of his company, Rainbow of Magnolia Landscaping, all volunteered to donate a week’s wages to jumpstart his effort. Darek travels to Africa at his own expense, with a specific project planned. Below is a wonderful video that chronicles his latest project from earlier this year. Next up: In January 2013, he plans to help build an orphanage in the ImatianivillageofTanzaniafor children who have been orphaned due to the spread of HIV/AIDS.