Youth soccer camp in Brooklyn raises money for Cleveland Courage Fund

BROOKLYN, Ohio - It has been a little more than three weeks since Amanda, Gina, and Michelle were rescued from Seymour Avenue. Support from the community is still pouring in.

Brooklyn's soccer coach  Scott Wozniak organized a soccer camp to help raise money for the Cleveland Courage Fund. All proceeds from the camp fees and the sale of T-shirts and food will go to the women.

About 150 kids ages 7-13 took part in soccer skills from goalkeeping to field training.

Wozniak said that "they're getting something out of it, from soccer stuff to giving back to the community. So the next generation can be good too."

After the drills were finished, a D.A.R.E officer spoke to the kids about stranger danger.


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