Regardless the size of your budget,
you can give new hope to children living
in tough conditions. SEE HOW
Hand them a ball – hand them hope
Children in developing countries and disaster areas face challenges far beyond poverty and disease. Developing a mindset that can overcome each day's hardship while looking positively towards the future is often too much to ask.
Hand The Ball cultivates meaningfulness, confidence and social skills through play and physical activities that raise the quality of children's lives where it is most needed.
Hand The Ball is a non-profit organisation funded through CSR programmes and private donations. The organisation's purpose is to improve the quality of life for children living in slum or disaster areas through simple play and exercise activities.
The activities build on insights into the positive social and mental effects of physical group activities and from street handball projects in both Denmark and Kenya.
What good does HAND THE BALL actually do in Kenya?
To answer that question we thought it would be better to show how a HAND THE BALL-area look like in real life. And to introduce Benedict - one of our fine trainers who each day activate 46 children in Dagoretti, Nairobi.
It is stories like Benedict that keeps us motivated to more. Because there's really for what HAND THE BALL is all about - givind children the right to play.