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Your donations made a difference!
Posted Jul 15, 2019

CSA is always accepting equipment donations for the less fortunate. We usually collect over 25+ pairs of cleats, 30 soccer balls, and even more in athletic attire. We also hold coat and food drives.

Below is a letter we received from a family who recently took all the donations with them on a Mission Trip to the Ukraine.

“I just wanted to thank you for donating items for us to take on our mission trip to Ukraine.  We just got back after an incredible, life-altering experience.  In the first part of our trip, we spent 5 days at a Christian soccer camp along the Black Sea with children from all over Ukraine.  There was even a team from Moldova that showed up!  On Monday evening, we opened up the 9 suitcases of donations we brought with us—made possible by you all! 

The coaches from the various clubs quickly organized piles of cleats, clothes, balls, socks, shin guards, pennies and other miscellaneous items.  

The larger sized items were collected to be shipped to a soccer club that has older boys that didn’t attend the camp.  The balls and pennies were collected to be distributed to some of the smaller clubs just starting out that weren’t in attendance.  The coaches then picked various smaller cleats and gear for those boys who didn’t have them.  It touched our hearts to see the boys proudly wearing their “new” cleats the next day, as some were previously playing in tennis shoes and rubber sandals.

Someone (I’m sorry I can’t figure out who exactly!) donated a personalized pair of “Noah” cleats with an American flag and we were able to donate them to a boy named Noah at camp—he was thrilled!!!

On the second leg of our trip, Owen (our son) stayed with a young coach, Pasha, and his 10 year old brother Max (and Mom).  I had to snap a photo of Pasha proudly wearing his Maryland Under Armor cleats and CSA practice shirt while his little brother wore a CSA Freedom practice shirt from Sara’s collection.  

Please know that everything donated will be used and appreciated by these coaches and players.  The love of God and “football” was alive in the Ukraine.  

Attached are some pictures that I hope you will enjoy seeing.

Thank you again for your generosity!

Amy, Owen, and Sara Bevard

We would like to thank everyone who made donations to make this possible! A big thank you to the Bevard family for taking the donations and sharing this story.