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Glad’s House and the Street Child World Cup

UK-based charity, Glad’s House, is using sport as a positive way to engage with street kids in Mombasa, Kenya. When the charity was founded six years ago, Glad’s House had…

FIFA's Hope for Football (and Football for Hope)

Our friends at sportanddev.com have created a page featuring projects built around or leveraging the 2010 World Cup. You can find that page by clicking here. (I was hoping there…

One shot, multiple goals (FIFA’s CSR)

There are so many amazing individuals working on behalf of causes that deserve support from the general public, companies, NGOs and governments. The challenge these days, and it does not…

Kicking sport and development into high gear

The World Cup in South Africa has been generating buzz for the past several years, and with less than 4 weeks to the start of the event, that buzz may…

Wavin' the flag for love, friendship, and the beautiful game

Just to get you even more excited about the worldwide party beginning on June 11, we have this fun concert video for K’Naan’s “Wavin’ Flag”, which is Coca-Cola’s officially licensed…

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Haiti Update #2: FIFA, on and off the field

In February, FIFA President Sepp Blatter said about the earthquake in Haiti, “With a greater understanding of the magnitude of the human toll and widespread destruction, it is clear that…

Guest Post: What the World Cup means (and could mean) for business

Sab was kind enough to ask me, John Kim, from www.WorldCupCSR.wordpress.com, to contribute a guest post to this blog.  Of course I jumped at the chance and was absolutely flattered;…