“Working with CAC is a godsend as we already had a great, dedicated team but were struggling with consistency and how to do social impact – following our week’s training in July the whole team is inspired and equipped to do just that with the 600 children and young people we are working with through sports.”  Jonathan Hannay- Secretary General

Coaches Across Continents Impact Numbers

2013 2014 2015
Coaches Taught  29
Children Impacted  630
In Community Hours  224

971853_489931941089557_786400727_nCoaches Across Continents will work with Acer located in Brazil for the first time July, 2013. Acer is an organization who raises awareness and funding to support local community-led organizations who help give children education, support, and inspiration to better change their own lives. They believe working through sport and other activities they can bring personal transformation and social change to the children of Brazil.

Through many activities of Acer they give vulnerable children and young people the opportunity to express themselves, communicate, and gain hope. They help children transform their own futures by offering inspiration through their programs and allowing children to face poverty and violence in their everyday lives. Acer not only works for self improvement of children but they also highlight broader issues concerning citizenship, environment, drugs, violence, and sexual health. Coaches Across Continents are looking forward to helping Acer with their sport aspect of their organization!

For more information on Acer, please visit their website at:


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