Who started Soccer For A Cure and what is it?.

“Soccer For A Cure” (SFAC) was started by Charlie Corbitt, a cancer survivor and warrior advocate for others affected with cancer. Charlie has been involved in college and high school soccer since 1993 and is currently the manager of the “adidas College Soccer Scoreboard” and the “National High School Soccer Scoreboard”.

His hope is that the soccer nation will be pro-active over the next several years in the fight against cancer and that the sport of “Soccer” will one day be known as the sport that helps families in their battle with this disease.

“Soccer For A Cure” is a non-profit organization that is structured to serve as a place where all levels of the Soccer nation (youth, club, high school, college, adult, and professional) can “Stand Together as a Team” to help families fight the battle against all types of cancer.

It was officially launched at the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) convention in Baltimore, Jan 17 – 19, 2008.

Become a member for only $1.00 each year.

There are millions of soccer families in the US and millions more world wide. If we all stand hand in hand as ONE we can and WILL make a difference for hundreds of thousands of families that are struggling financially because of their war against cancer.

Please join the team by making a commitment to donate from $1.00 to $5.00 a year. By doing so, you will become a member of the “Soccer For A Cure Team”.

If you donate $5.00 or more each year you will receive by return mail a “Soccer For A Cure” window cling that states that you are a member for the current year. A donation of $25.00 or more will entitle you to a window cling as well as a Soccer For A Cure t-shirt.

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