Cúcuta - Barrios Comuna 8
(Los Olivos y La Primavera)

It is one of the most disadvantaged urban areas of the country. With the second highest unemployment rate (ranging from 13-16%) and the highest level of job informality, reaching up to 70%. Additionally, its unique geographical location and the poor road infrastructure, makes Cucuta an isolated area lacking the influence of new technologies and industries that could improve its economy.

We are currently working with children from the western part of the city in the Comuna 8. The population of these districts are people living below the poverty, with little access to food, housing, work or education


3Impacted Communities

650Sport material donations

28Sponsored children

632Indirect Beneficiaries

15%Female population

Programs in Progress

→ Passes of Hope

→ Sponsorhip Program

→ Health and Wellness


→ Athletics League Norte de Santander

→ Rugby League Norte de Santander

→ Bancolombia Foundation

→ Simon Bolivar University

Team Work

→ 4 Coaches

→ 3 Social Workers

→ 5 Volunteers


→ Soccer

→ Rugby

→ Athletics


El Tarra, Norte de Santander

It is located in the heart of El Catatumbo, one of the most contentious rural areas of the country. There, illegal armed groups fight to control illicit crops. The Tarra people severely suffers the ravages of armed conflict in the country.

We are currently working with the local Foundation G 2/10, supporting children in this community by giving them an opportunity to have a better quality of life and a hope for a future without violence.


4Impacted Communities

130Sport material donations

210Indirect Beneficiaries

30%Female population

Programs in Progress

→ Passes of Hope


→ NG Fundación 2/10

Team Work

→ Coaches

→ Social Workers


→ Soccer


Nueva Venecia

The Sitionuevo Township is one of the poorest municipalities in the department of Magdalena, in the Colombian Caribbean Coast. There, in the middle of the Magdalena River lays Nueva Venecia, a community that lives over water. A very challenging location and a extremely underprivileged community.

We are implementing sports program to teach children of this community important values. But also training their own coaches for them to help us in this effort to ensure that this programs are sustainable is such remote location. We also organize health fairs to provide basic medic care for the children of this an opportunity.


2Impacted Communities

440Sport material donations

700Indirect Beneficiaries

42%Female population

Programs in Progress

→ Passes of Hope

→ Health and Wellness


→ Clínica Oftalmológica del Caribe

→ Procaps Foundation

→ Nu 3 Foundation

→ Alianza Colombofrancesa de Barranquilla

Team Work

→ 4 Coaches

→ 6 Volunteers

→ 1 Psychologist

→ 1 Intern


→ Soccer

Magnolia Park, Community Family Center (CFC).

Located in the East End of the Houston metropolitan area, Magnolia park was in the 1930’s the largest Mexican settlement in Houston. Recently the community harbor a vast majority of Latinos mostly from Mexico and Central America with social and economic difficulties.

Since 2017, Juventud Lider has have been working in this area with the CFC of Houston a non-profit organization that provides family support, early childhood education and youth services to the community residents in need.

Pases of Hope

Houston EEUU
Event and Volunteer.


1Impacted Communities

100Sport material donations

120Indirect Beneficiaries

15%Female population


→ Houston Community Family Center

→ Houston Dynamo Charities

→ Conoco Phillips Hispanic Network

Team Work

→ 20 Volunteers