Charity Ball Founder, Ethan King. Hi, my name is Ethan King. I’m 22 years old and I love The Beautiful Game. I’ve had the privilege to play organized soccer on teams in South Africa and in the USA, and I’ve also played NCAA Division I Soccer for Butler University.
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Jun 30, 2014. Five years ago, 10-year-old Ethan King traveled to Mozambique, Africa, with his father. Dad repairs non-functioning water wells in impoverished African villages, so when he went to rural Mozambique in 2009 Ethan tagged along. To help pass the time while his dad worked, Ethan would kick around a soccer ball that he brought with him. The local kids took notice of the ball.
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One minute, 10-year-old Ethan King was standing alone, kicking his soccer ball around a dusty, deserted field during a trip to Mozambique, and the next, dozens of kids were playing soccer with him.
This week, SoccerNation had a chance to chat with recent high school graduate Ethan King, an incoming freshman soccer player at Butler University. Ethan is the founder of Charity Ball, a ...
When Ethan King left his home in Michigan to visit Mozambique with his father in 2009, he saw children playing soccer with balls made from plastic bags wrapped in twine. Ethan also saw, for the very first time, kids raising kids because older generations had died of disease.
Center mid, Ethan King displaces Bolten player and drops in a smooth shot over the keepers reach for a league goal.
Soccer is a passion for millions worldwide, and Butler University junior Ethan King has enhanced that global love—and the lives of thousands of children overseas—by supplying them with new soccer balls and clean drinking water. Through his nonprofit organization, Charity Ball, King has coordinated donations of hundreds of soccer balls to children in 50 countries.
Ethan King has provided thousands of soccer balls to dozens of countries and is now working to provide aid against the spread of the coronavirus Author: Mike Lacett Published: 5:42 PM EDT June 4,...
“Pass The Ball” is a documentary short produced by Dress Code featuring Charity Ball founder, Ethan King and Neven Subotic. The film follows Ethan and Neven to rural Mozambique where they host a “once in a lifetime” soccer event for kids in one of the poorest regions of the world, and hand-deliver 500 soccer balls.