A team of US soccer players have joined the fight against malaria and have teamed up with a charity that helps those affected by the disease.
The goal of the “Coral Doves” project, which aims to raise awareness and provide financial assistance to those affected, is to make it easier for those affected to get treatment.
The US Women’s National Team and the United Soccer League announced that they have joined forces to launch a partnership on Wednesday, with the two teams working together to make the world a better place.
“We are proud to partner with the Foundation for a Cure,” USA Soccer President Sunil Gulati said in a statement.
“CoralDoves is the perfect partner for our team.
Our goal is to build a stronger foundation for children and families who face challenges associated with the disease and the impact it has on their lives.””
It’s not just about the players.
We want to empower people and families to get better,” said Abby Wambach, the US’s women’s national team player who has played for the New York Red Bulls.”
This is about us, not about the disease, because we are a family.”
The initiative has already attracted attention for its “coral” theme, with Wambah and Hope Solo of the US women’s team having pledged to donate 50 percent of their salaries to the charity, as well as a share of the revenue from their individual soccer teams.
Wambah added that the team was looking forward to working together with the foundation to build its global reach and reach beyond the US.
“The people of the world are very aware of the issue, but the message is very simple,” Wamba said.
“It is important that we get the message out to people that this is not just a disease that affects just the people of this country, but people from all over the world, including the children, the women, the elders and the adults who are affected by malaria.”
There is no reason why we should have to fight this disease alone, because it is so much more than that.
“The “Cure” project aims to support families affected by chronic malaria in the US, as the disease is often misdiagnosed as an infection.
The effort will be run through a partnership between the US Soccer Federation, the New England Aquarium and the Foundation.
The foundation has a long history of funding the work of charities, and it has been the source of support for charities like the Red Cross in the past.”
In the early days, we helped fund the Red Hook Children’s Home,” foundation spokeswoman Annie Dolan said in an email.”
Now we work closely with US Soccer to fund and develop programs that work to fight malaria in underserved communities across the US.
“The foundation is also responsible for the “Doves” initiative, which has received $200,000 in grants from the Gates Foundation, which is dedicated to fighting malaria.