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Kelowna Girls U 12

Wendy's Tornados is committed to playing better soccer & by doing so hopes to raise money to support Free The Children. We work hard to learn to play better. That makes a big difference. To us. To something special in our community.

Organizer: Greg Sawers

Type Of Group: Sports

Location: Kelowna, BC

$116

Raised Towards Goal

$200

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Days Left

$116

$200

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The Group's Purpose

Concept: play better technical soccer = cash rewards for our causes. More passes. Strong fundamental skills. Great attitude. Focus. The better we play the more we earn & the more we learn. (Development not just winning).

Charities this Group Supports:

How to Help

We invite parents to reward our team when we achieve our developmental goals. It is as easy as a clicking the mouse and giving a small reward to the team’s cause.

Example:

If we hit our passing goals during our games reward us with a small donation

or,

If they demonstrate a 'Move of the Week" in a game, then reward them.

In addition, we also invite you to challenge your kids to set their own personal metrics, in order to foster a love for the game, build skills and increase personal pride. As a parent, one example would be to challenge your athlete to break her juggling metric.

About the Organizers

Leslie Godwin and Amanda Hilverda are coaching this fantastic team and support the concept of Play Better - a program that is designed to help the children improve at soccer while having fun and contributing to the community. We are learning as we go - this is our first year participating in the pilot program being offered through Kelowna Youth Soccer. Please share your feedback with us and let us know what you think.