Camino Health Center and Charlotte Independence will host a free soccer clinic for children in the Charlotte community at the Camino mini-pitch soccer field on June 28 from 6-7 p.m. philanthropic partner in April, to make soccer more affordable and accessible to all fans and families, including those served by Camino.
“With the help of several current and former players, we launched our One Club, One Love Community Clinic series in 2020,” said Ashley Osiecki, Director of Marketing and Communications for Charlotte Independence. “Its mission is to serve underprivileged communities by providing Charlotte’s youth a chance to meet and train with the team’s professional athletes and youth club coaches.”
The clinic is open to children aged 8 to 13 years old. Each participant will receive a One Club, One Love Community Clinic jersey, courtesy of Charlotte Independence sponsor, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina. Camino and Charlotte Independence said they plan to hold more clinics in the future, including one as early as July.
To register for a Camino and Charlotte Independence soccer clinic, please email email@example.com.
“This is a great opportunity for Camino because these football clinics allow us to carry out our mission to equip people to live healthy, hopeful and productive lives in a unique way – focusing on children’s health,” said Tim Hagler, director of development. and Head of Public Affairs at Camino. “We are very grateful for the partnership with Charlotte Independence and her staff.