Through in-school, after-school, weekend, and summer programs, Soccer Without Borders Colorado is a crucial resource to newcomer refugee and immigrant youth across Greater Denver and Weld County, CO.
By The Numbers - Most Recent Year
youth countries of origin, and 12 languages spoken
Youth served through all programs
girls participation in core programs
Seniors graduated high school
youth to trained coach ratio at core programs
Core participant hours
"My advice for a new student is it is okay to make new friends...we could learn a lot from someone new"
Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern Colorado
The Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern Colorado provides English as a Second Language training, Community Navigation services, and advocacy for immigrants and refugees living in the area.
Ophi, whose family originally fled conflict in Myanmar, came to the United States at the age of four from a Thai refugee camp. After being featured by Fox Sports during the 2019 Women's World Cup, Ophi now works as a SWB Colorado Program Associate.
Building a more inclusive world requires a shared purpose and a collaborative approach. Our partners and supporters enable us to provide programming to youth free-of-cost, while also providing complementary services to youth and families when their needs fall outside of our scope.
Colorado Health Foundation
Aurora West Collegiate Prep
Colorado Youth Soccer
Colorado Rapids Youth
Community Foundation of Weld County
Colorado Soccer Association
Adolf Coors Foundation
El Pomar Foundation
Habitat for Humanity ReStore
Healthy Kids Club (UC Health)
High Plains Library District
Niyakko Rush FC
Poudre School District
Prairie Heights Middle School
Sports Performance Center
University of Northern Colorado
Weld County School District 6