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December 04th, 2013

Do the KIND Thing: Supporting Refugee Youth Through Sports

By KIND Editor

In 2004, Luma Mufleh took a wrong turn on her way home from work and stumbled upon a group of bare-footed children kicking around a deflated soccer ball in a parking lot in Clarkston, Georgia. A couple days later, she returned to the same spot armed with a fancy new soccer ball and asked the […]

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October 11th, 2013

Matt Lampson Uses Pro Status for Greater Good

By KIND Editor

Matt Lampson is a 24-year-old goalkeeper for The Columbus Crew in Ohio. He is a driven and accomplished athlete who uses his pro status for the greater good. As a cancer survivor, he vows to make his second chance on life count at every turn. Just after high school, doctors diagnosed Lampson with Stage 4 […]

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August 13th, 2013

One World Futbol: A Nearly Indestructible Soccer Ball for a Great Cause

By KIND Editor

Here at KIND, we believe in the power of business to Do the KIND Thing—our founder is a social entrepreneur who creates businesses that empower all stakeholders involved. Consider purchasing equipment that is not only good for your athlete but also good for the world. Anyone who has witnessed the joy on the face of […]

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