CLEATS FOR CAMDEN
A Partnership with the Camden Youth Soccer Club
JOIN OUR MISSION!
Cleats for Camden collects gently used soccer cleats for donation to the Camden Youth Soccer Club. We help to redistribute the donated cleats to the children of Camden that may have limited access to proper soccer gear. All cleats collected will be used for their players in need. The Camden Youth Soccer Club is run by volunteers and coaches to give the children of Camden a full soccer experience. This club soccer activity sometimes may be a child's only sport for the season, so we want to try and make it the best experience it can be!
Please consider donating any gently used soccer cleats and with your help we can give the children of Camden the gift of soccer!
We have expanded!! Cleats for Camden answered the call to send cleats to the Treviso FC youth team in Tiko, Cameroon. Our mission now serves aspiring soccer players in Tiko, a small town in the Southwest Region of Cameroon.
Though our collection efforts and the help of our ambassadors in Cameroon, we have been able to distribute much needed cleats and soccer gear to the players.
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CLEAT DROP OFF
Consider donating your gently used soccer cleats! We ask that pairs be wiped down, tied together and placed in the centrally located bins at collection times. Cleats of all youth sizes are accepted, but especially needed are smaller sizes. We also collect goalie gloves!
Cleats can be dropped off at the following location!
THE SOCCER POST
1479 Brace Rd.
Cherry Hill, New Jersey 08034
Message us for other drop off arrangements.
At Cleats for Camden, we are dedicated to stepping up our efforts to help the children of Camden. For this reason, we have created a GoFundMe page to collect funds for the Club. We have donated almost $400 to the Camden Youth Soccer club to date.
We are always striving to make a difference, and invite you to learn more and lend your support!
We have recently expanded our efforts to include fundraising for players of the Treviso FC in Tiko, a small town in the Southwest region of Cameroon. These funds will be used to help purchase soccer equipment such as nets, balls, water bottles and uniforms.