We’re Counting Down the Days Until 2018 Camp.
PWCJ is BACK FOR OUR FIFTH YEAR AND WitH A NEW PARTNER.
You've helped us bring a life-changing experience to over 400 boys and girls in Jamaica. And this year we’re thrilled to add a new location in Kingston that will serve 250 more children, as well as to welcome a valuable partner.
WELCOME, CAMP SHUTOUT!
Run by committed leaders and coaches, Camp Shutout focuses on the goalkeeper position, helping aspiring goalies advance their fundamental skills and techniques. It’s one of the top goalkeeping camps in the US—and they’ll be joining us in Jamaica this year!
• 12/10-13: Portsmouth Primary (Portmore, St. Catherine)
• 12/14: Usain Bolt Stadium (Kingston)
• 12/17-20: Manning High School (Savannah La Mar, Westmoreland)
Soccer, mentorship and opportunity together can change young lives.
High-Impact Soccer Camps
Working in collaboration with a local football club and primary school, we organize and conduct a high-impact soccer camp, teaching technical skills while emphasizing health and fitness.
Positive Female Role Models
Jamaica suffers from a stigma associated with female participation in sports. We help overcome that with female coaches who set inspiring examples for boys and girls alike.
Invaluable Life Skills
To develop skills and knowledge that go far beyond the soccer field, we work with local leaders to conduct workshops on the subjects of financial literacy and health & nutrition.
The difference your donation makes.
Your generous, tax-deductible donation makes PWCJ possible, helping us provide snacks, equipment and uniforms for campers and accommodations for volunteer coaches.
The sustainable success model.
PWCJ uses a “coach the coaches” program model, enlisting players from the regional football club and local youth coaches to serve as mentors and role models to the youth who look up to them.
Our coaches demonstrate how to run an effective camp—providing leadership and mentorship skills along with a proven, evidence-based curriculum. This enables successful camps and clinics in the future, ensuring sustainability after our departure and impacting more youth in need.