Ensuring access to sports for people, from different spheres, is one of the ways of building a society with equality. Since physical activities and sports are great tools that help young people work on their confidence, visually impaired people can benefit to a great extent from them and contribute more to the society. Bearing this in mind, for the first time in Bangladesh, Camp Abilities Bangladesh, an initiative by Heroes For All, began a two-day
Camp Abilities Bangladesh is an egregious initiative taken by Heroes For All Inc to help the visually impaired children learn the sport of cricket. Volunteers will be trained communicate with the children in a two day program. A two day sports camp will be organized to bond and empower with these special souls through various activities. For the first time, an event of this magnitude is being done for these children to invigorate them to
“Some memories are unforgettable, remaining ever vivid and heartwarming! ” -Joseph B. Wirthlin Qazi Shafat Ahmed, our Vice President of Public Relation and member of the founding executive team of Heroes for All justify this earth for his journey to eternity on 31 March 2017. There is a saying , ” good dies young.” And our dear comrade and friend Shafat was undoubtedly a beautiful soul whose loss is felt every second among all who
HFA is privileged to be at the side of the amazing girls from Distressed Children International. The patrons of HFA explores resources to provide the kids with fun experiences inside and also outside the shelter.
Message from Coach Jim Johnson, Author, motivational leader and member in the Board of Director of Heroes for All Inc, USA.