The Shiloh House isn’t just a house – it’s not just one house and it’s not your typical house. It has a special purpose. It’s mission is to
offer nurturing, therapeutic and educational services to empower youth and families to overcome the impact of abuse, neglect and trauma.
And for Cooper Floto, his hope is that a soccer camp will be part of the healing process for the children who currently call Shiloh House their home.
Floto, as part of his Eagle project for Boy Scouts, will be running a soccer camp for the children at the Shiloh House. With volunteers from his high school soccer team, The Denver Eagles, as well as volunteers from my Boy Scout Troop, Troop 794. The camp will take place at the Colorado Miners Community Center near Denver with about 15 – 20 kids between nine and ten twelve years old attending the soccer camp.
Floto spoke about the Shiloh House and part of his desire to reach out to the children,
Many of the children have broken family lives. Whether it be that they were abused, neglected, or they have behavioral issues, the Shiloh House will place them under their wing in order to educate and mentor them. A soccer camp is a beautiful way to bless the kids and help them to grow in a relationship with God.
Floto’s specific project request includes:
10 soccer balls, 20 soccer jerseys, 20 water bottles, 20 sets of shin guards, and 2 pop-up soccer nets
The camp will be held on November 27th.
If you would like to make a contribution to this project please note (Timothy Project: Shiloh House 2015) in your donation. Please use the Donate Now link to make a secure PayPal donation. Your financial gift helps to secure additional equipment and to cover associated costs of providing bibles, soccer equipment, and other outreach tools locally and around the world!