Our goal is to increase active participation in sports and extra-curricular educational activities among young people, especially those who are endowed with ability, yet lack the resources to enable them prosper. FRF is committed to responsible giving and social investment in developing countries such as Ghana, where young people are often saddled with the responsibility of working petty jobs to supplement their parents’ income, or turn to crime in order to make ends meet. FRF will hence work to reduce the financial burden facing the youth as they progress within their chosen sport, recreational activities and educational /professional goals. By providing after-school and other community-based athletic and educational programs.
FRF provides appropriate ways to build character and skills among the future leaders of the developing world, while allowing kids to be kids. Data shows that for young people, participation in sports and other hobbies plays an important role of increasing self-esteem and self-worth. Through engaging in sports and outdoor activity, the youth gain a chance to be inspired and motivated, and are able to set goals and take responsibility for their own lives and for their communities.