Timothy Project 2012 Coming

 

Valor Guatemala trip saw an immersion team take 25 soccer balls to impoverished communities.

CrossTraining will begin taking applications for the 2012 season’s Timothy Project on Tuesday, May 1. The application process has been simplified from last season. Applicants will need to complete an online submission form which will be reviewed by CrossTraining Team members. Projects that meet with organizational values and criteria receive priority in consideration for either financial sponsorship, donated equipment, or promotion through the CrossTraining network.

The Timothy Project is CrossTraining’s way of giving back – up to ten percent of annual donations go toward projects and individuals using soccer to help their communities around the world. Now in its’ third season, the Timothy Project is part of CrossTraining’s fiscal agreement with START Ministries. START, the fiscal sponsor of CrossTraining, mobilizes people for short-term mission projects locally and around the world. In the first year, CrossTraining tested out the program, sponsoring Greg Dalby (a member of the Charlotte Eagles). In the second year, CrossTraining donated equipment to an orphanage in Africa, supplied soccer balls for a short-term trip to Guatemala, and provided a financial sponsorship for a soccer league operating in Turkey.

For more information on the Timothy Project check out the website page or click here. Directions and criteria will be posted on Tuesday and applications may be submitted at that time.

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