ALL NATIONS SPORTS

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aka All Nations Sports Academy   |   Sugar Land, TX   |  ansacademy.org

Mission

To transform and empower youth and their families of all nations through sports.

Ruling year info

2015

Executive Director

Mr. Marcelo Galvao

Main address

P.O. Box 16758

Sugar Land, TX 77479 USA

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EIN

47-1022972

NTEE code info

Soccer Clubs/Leagues (N64)

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Communication

Programs and results

What we aim to solve

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Our vision is twofold: to mobilize Christians into service and to reach out especially to disadvantaged communities who are in need of transformation and hope.

Our programs

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What are the organization's current programs, how do they measure success, and who do the programs serve?

Developmental Soccer

Our developmental soccer league spans nine sites in the Greater Houston Area. Three of the sites work directly with neighborhood complexes, and all of our kids are exposed to Christian-moral values through our Ubabalo coaching curriculum. Players are provided with transportation, access to extra-curricular events, and food at most game-days.

Population(s) Served

Our competitive programs operate in leagues like STYSA, HYSA, or USC, engaging players in a Christian environment and encouraging sustained success on and off the pitch. Our coaches use a "Higher Goals" curriculum to teach players important values like respect, forgiveness, and teamwork, while demanding a high-level output on the field. Players interact with their developmental peers during game-days, offering a unique mix of personalities and cultures across socioeconomic groups.

Population(s) Served

Where we work

Goals & Strategy

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Learn about the organization's key goals, strategies, capabilities, and progress.

Charting impact

Four powerful questions that require reflection about what really matters - results.

•To provide an opportunity for all people of all nations to play soccer
•To increase parental involvement in their children’s lives through participation
•To promote character through the integration of life skills and Biblical principles
•To create an international league and tournament where people from all nations can compete and fellowship
•To develop players to their fullest potential and to assist them in their soccer endeavors
•To transform the lives of children and youth by empowering them with skills, hope, and opportunities
•To provide opportunities for further spiritual growth and worship

Currently, ANSA has seven developmental program sites, two competitive program sites, and two recreational program sites, which regularly serve over 400 children and youth on a weekly basis. On a monthly basis, ANSA hosts Discovery Events to provide a fun, safe environment for all family members to participate in and to learn more about Biblical values.

ANSA is organized to fulfill its mission in different areas and capabilities
-Board of Directors
- Executive Director
- Office Administrator
- Executive Assistant
- Director of Soccer Operations
- Club Registrar
-Coaches
-Competitive
-Recreational
- Director of Community Outreach
- Site Coordinators

Since the summer of 2015, ANSA, in partnership with the Stoller Foundation, has sent nearly 100 children and youth to attend an overnight summer camp experience. Additionally, since 2015, ANSA has partnered with Revival Sport to host the annual Houston Community Cup of Nations, and ANSA has been instrumental in developing the Youth Cup of Nations’ portion of this indoor futsal tournament.

In 2016, ANSA had 849 kids registered with 214 volunteers involved and began its competitive soccer program, now known as the ANSA Lions, as a way to provide additional opportunities for youth who demonstrated the ability and had the desire to take their game to the next level. Furthermore, the competitive program provided another platform to reach out to a broader spectrum of youth and their families, creating further opportunities to engage in socioeconomic and cultural exchanges among the very diverse players’ backgrounds and life experiences.

In 2017, ANSA began hosting college soccer nights to help current high school players achieve this dream. Also, in 2017, two ANSA competitive teams, featuring players who came through ANSA’s developmental program, were recognized in their respective divisions by receiving first place.

In March 2018, ANSA began its recreational program, the Cubs and Cubbies, focusing on children ages 4-10 years old.

As of 2019, ANSA has seven developmental program sites, two competitive program sites, and two recreational program sites, which regularly serve over 400 children and youth on a weekly basis. On a monthly basis, ANSA hosts Discovery Events to provide a fun, safe environment for all family members to participate in and to learn more about Biblical values.

As programs and services have expanded, the heart of ANSA is still very much the same as our beginnings; we do what we do out of a passion to meet people where they are at and share with them the Hope we have that reaches far beyond the field.

Financials

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ALL NATIONS SPORTS

Board of directors
as of 02/22/2020
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Mr Barry Hart

Hart Insights, LLC

Term: 2018 -

Ernande Santos

Entrepreneur

Flavio Beato

Entrepreneur

Tena Robotham

Executive Assistant to the President, Judson University

Catherine Crath

Homemaker

J. Barry Hart Jr.

Hart Insights, LLC

Michael Welch

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Chris Henry

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Robert Hernandez

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