Three representatives from each NESCAC men’s soccer programs are competing in a Charity FIFA Tournament with the chance to bring glory back to its college. The Tufts Men's Soccer team will be represented by Brett Rojas, Mati Cano, and Calvin Aroh. The money raised will be donated to Family Promise to help the organization’s COVID-19 relief efforts. Additionally, every dollar you donate will have a direct impact on our team's draft order, chance at a playoff spot, and chance for a bye.
Please donate to an incredible cause while helping our team!
You can watch the games live on Mixer.com and stay up-to-date with game schedules and results on this page!
For more information on Family Promise and what it helps to combat:
One in seven adults in the U.S. lives in official poverty; approximately 40% of all households are unable to cover an unexpected $400 expense. Those who already live in, or on the edge of poverty, will be hit the hardest and it is likely, if not definite, that we will see increases in homelessness, evictions, and food insecurity. With the closing of schools, many low-income families struggle even more. Nearly 30 million children depend on schools for meals, and between 2.5 and 3 million children are identified as homeless nationally. Additionally, conducting virtual classes compounds the challenges those students face and is not a realistic option for many low-income and unstably-housed children.
With this new outbreak, many low-income families are facing unprecedented challenges through the loss of wages, childcare, food transportation, and more. Please join us in helping these families impacted by COVID-19 and donate! Although we are not able to physically come together, now is the time to help most.
You can also support our FIFA tournament by sharing this link with others, as well as watching the games via Mixer.com.