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By Digital Free Press
Phoenix Rising FC, in partnership with Equality Health Foundation, held two soccer clinics in Phoenix last week.
“Engaging students in team-based activities like soccer that promote physical, mental and social well-being will prepare the next generation for long-term success,” said Tomas Leon, president of Equality Health Foundation, in a prepared statement. “A healthy child is more prepared to learn, and an educated child has a higher likelihood of living a healthier, longer life. It is an honor partnering with our school district partners and Phoenix Rising to create these meaningful opportunities.”
The clinics were made possible with the support from Equality Health Foundation, according to a press release.
The clinics, facilitated by coaches from the Phoenix Rising Academy, and on-site wellness resources from Equality Health Foundation, were designed to promote a well-being transformation around the city.
Rising’s Academy coaches were assisted by three professional players, Carlos Anguiano, Patrick Rakovsky and Niall Dunn.
“Phoenix Rising is honored to have our players and coaches assist Equality Health Foundation in serving the local community,” said Phoenix Rising president Bobby Dulle.