Charity Poker Tournament for Slum Soccer - NL Holdem - All In to End Poverty

SF Rotaract will be putting on a Charity Poker Tournament, where 100% of the proceeds will benefit Slum Soccer.

Slum Soccer is a non profit which operates in India, and tackles the issue of homelessness (especially among children) through the medium of soccer. Soccer empowers participants by enhancing their fitness, social and communication skills, and reintegrates them within the community. Slum Soccer tournaments are organized in numerous states across India and the best players are selected to compete in the Homeless World Cup. The results have been tremendous in bringing a positive influence to the lives of nearly 70,000 men, women and children in over 63 districts all around India. The founder of this organization received the “2012 Reliance Real Hero Award’ from the Reliance Foundation, hosted by CNN and IBN. Among some of their partners, we find Tottenham Hotspur (English soccer team), the Homeless World Cup, National Children Football Association and many others.

The buy-in to this event will be $50, with re-buy's accepted through the first 90 minutes.

Proceeds: 100% of the proceeds go to Slum Soccer

Ticket Sales and Donations: http://allintoendit.eventbrite.com/

FB Event Page to share with family, friends and co-workers:
https://www.facebook.com/events/519547534783091/

Food: There will be food and beverages at the event provided by Dickey's Barbecue.

Prizes:

1st Place: Week-long stay in the Bahamas (airfare not included)

2nd Place: Week-long stay in Las Vegas (airfare not included)

3rd Place: 4 Oakland A's tickets

To check out an overview of Slum Soccer and donate, please click here: http://www.groundworkopportunities.org/ideas/slum-soccer-world-cup/

To check out Nico and Steve speaking about why Rotaract is advocating for Slum Soccer, please click here: http://www.groundworkopportunities.org/champions/sfrotaract/

We hope you can make it!

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  • Nicholas C.

    Don't forget to get your tickets for the poker tournament this coming Sunday. Also, you can see here what the Indian Slum Soccer Team did at the Homeless World Cup. http://www.chrispd.de/wordpress/2013/08/18/video-team-india-at-the-2013-homeless-world-cup/

    August 22, 2013

  • Nicholas C.

    Discounted tickets end this Sunday. Buy yours now:

    http://allintoendit.eventbrite....

    August 16, 2013

  • Nicholas C.

    Did you know that, the best players of Slum Soccer tournaments are selected to represent India at the Homeless World Cup that takes place every year. This year, the competition is taking place in Poznan, Poland. The competition is taking place next week and game streaming will be available on the HWC's website:

    http://www.homelessworldcup.org/

    The Indian Men's team is playing tomorrow against Walles. Here is this year's Indian Team:

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.413224315460898.1073741841.119827828133883&type=1

    August 11, 2013

  • Nicholas C.

    Not only does Slum Soccer promote development through the medium of football on a daily basis, they have been actively involved in helping the participants to get basic education and trying to put ‘drop outs’ back in to academics. The organization provides health, environmental and educational workshops which include hygiene, nutrition, AIDS awareness, skill training and gender equality. Also, to keep tabs on the physical and mental health of the participants, Slum Soccer organizes regular health check–ups by a general physician, pediatrician and psychologist. You can learn more at: http://slumsoccer.org/

    August 4, 2013

  • Rich

    I will be out of town this date

    August 3, 2013

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