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Two Feet Project Garage Sale

Two Feet Project Garage Sale

  • 28th May 2013

It’s that time of year again! The flowers are in bloom, songbirds are singing, the days are longer, and the sun is even occasionally shining. You know what that means? Spring cleaning! Do you need to clean out your garage, closet, or storage unit?  Are you planning on taking your…

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To Our Donors: Thank You

To Our Donors: Thank You

  • 30th April 2013

It has been a busy few months here in Kenya. We here at Two Feet Project have been working really hard to effectively use the resources given to us (by you) to positively impact the youth of Kenya. We are really excited about what has been happening and are encouraged…

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Two Feet Project’s Newest Coach

Two Feet Project’s Newest Coach

  • 22nd April 2013

For those of you wondering what’s new here at Two Feet Project, it’s high time you met Samuel; the newest member of the Two Feet Project team. When those of us within TFP decided to start our own futbol club, we knew that we’d need a passionate and gifted coach…

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Urgent Need

Urgent Need

  • 23rd March 2013

Dear Partners, I write you this letter with a sense of urgency. Two Feet Project is in the beginning stages of creating a soccer team for Girls in Nakuru, Kenya. While there is still a lot to be done to finalize this step, it has become clear to the leadership…

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  • 14th December 2012

To everyone who attended the 1st Annual Two Feet Project Social Event and Silent Auction and all those who were there in spirit: Thank You! Working within a nonprofit organization, and especially working with youth, there are times we struggle to find the strength to continue. Sometimes the days seem…

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Appreciation From Kenya

Appreciation From Kenya

  • 14th December 2012

You have heard us, Two Feet Project, say “Thanks” for all the support and for coming out on December 6th. But like we’ve tried to make clear from the beginning it wasn’t about the organization, it was about the youth of Kenya. So here is a letter from a young man living in…

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TFP and Society 43

TFP and Society 43

  • 24th October 2012

It is effortless for a business to merely place a signature on a donation check, doing just enough to meet the government requirements for a tax deduction. For a certain business based out of Eugene, Oregon, however; being charitable goes further than just ink on a check. Society 43 believes…

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Why Youth

Why Youth

  • 24th October 2012

Sports are a powerful tool, and can play a pivotal role in the development of an individual, and ultimately, in the development of countries and societies.

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