KickOff Canada was pleased to support the following charities from the KickOff World Cup 2014

  • Covenant House: More than 1,500 street–involved youth come to Covenant House Vancouver each year to find sanctuary and a brighter future. These youths are aged between 16-22 and still have a long life ahead of them. Covenant House helps to put them on the right path to have a better life and not stay on the streets. Check them out on Facebook & Twitter and stay updated.

Blind Beginnings: Blind beginnings is a charitable organization operating here in British Columbia helping Blind or Visually impaired children, youth and their families. Be sure to follow them on Facebook & Twitter and see how they tackle such difficult tasks.


One World Futbol: Collaborating with sponsors, organizations and individuals, they deliver balls to disadvantaged communities where play and sport are used to foster social change. KickOff will be buying and donating a few of these indestructible soccer balls to communities in    Africa. Follow them on Facebook & Twitter to see which communities they have impacted!



Learn more about the story of each charity below


We would like to thank give a special thank you to the following sponsors for the KickOff World Cup