Keystone Sports and our scholarship association have extended the partnership agreement with Right To Play for 2024 – making us a Bronze charity partner. We will at a minimum help 166 children get an education for a full year through Right To Play’s schools. 2024 will be the 6th year as an official charity partner.
Back in 2000, Johann Olav Koss, an Olympic gold medalist, founded Right To Play. It is a fantastic nonprofit that has been changing lives for over 20 years. More than 300 professional athletes around the world are Right To Play ambassadors, and you might have seen their logo on the back of Liverpool’s Champions League jerseys.
Right To Play’s mission is to protect, educate, and empower children to rise above adversity using the power of play. They’re currently running programs in 15 countries across Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. In 2022 alone, they positively impacted over 2.7 million kids through their educational initiatives. It’s pretty amazing how much good they do – our support will help them do even more.
At Keystone Sports we work with talented young people, creating incredible opportunities through sports and education. But everybody’s not that lucky.
In addition to the funds we will donate in the agreement, we invite coaches, parents student-athletes – past and present – in our large network to help the cause with additional donations.
Through our ongoing ’One Donation – One Education’ campaign, we’re raising more money so more children can get an education.
Help by donating a one-time 26 EURO ”scholarship”, which gives one child access to Right To Play’s educational programs for a full year.
Donating a scholarship can easily be done via THIS LINK.
In addition to this partnership, Keystone Education Group will donate to Right To Play as their charity of choice for the annual Christmas donation from all staff within the group.