PSNI and the Network share a common program, PLAY for FUN, LEARN for LIFE that goes beyond the game to teach:

PHYSICAL HEALTH

How the body works and how best to care for it with age appropriate exercise, good nutrition, hygiene, health literacy, prevention of both noncommunicable and communicable disease

SOCIAL, SELF & COMMUNITY

How education, self-esteem, gender equality, teamwork, respect, conflict resolution and cultural awareness can lead to positive change and peaceful solutions for individuals and communities

SOCCER/FOOTBALL

How the training, techniques and sportsmanship of the world’s most popular game empower us to work together and master skills for a healthy and successful life

PSNI and the Network aim to support the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals through their common program and other adjunct program activities and projects.




News April 2018

  • Click here to read the PSNI March 2018 Newletter.


News January 2018

  • One World Play recently visited PFFLFL South Africa and has featured them on their site. Click to read Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.
  • The report on the 2017 Global Peace Games for Children and Youth is now available here. All organizations that sent reports to PLAY SOCCER have received certificates recognizing their participation.


News December 2017

  • PSNI has been awarded a $15,000 grant from the U. S. Soccer Foundation, the national model for sports-based youth development programs in underserved communities. PSNI was one of eight organizations to receive a U.S. Soccer Foundation grant. This grant will fund lighting at the playing field at the Donnelly Homes Trenton Housing Authority in Trenton, New Jersey.
  • PSNI received $1000 from Target's local soccer grant program. The grant will help PSNI provide professional development for its program coaches in its Trenton program and also provides for the purchase of field equipment and gear.


News October 2017

  • USA program awarded a $24,000 grant under the Trenton Health Team as part of the Trinity Health Foundation "Transforming Communities Initiative". Trenton is one of six USA cities funded in this initiative with the purpose of improving policy, system, and environment change strategies as key drivers to improve a community's health. A community health and well-being strategy aims to improve the health of the entire population in Trenton by addressing the community based social determinants of health.
  • Organizations from 23 countries have registered for the 2017 Global Peace Games for Children and Youth.