Afghanistan Water Polo T-Shirts

Help the Afghanistan National Water Polo Team raise funds for their US training trip by picking up one of these bad boys. Red only for now but we're open to suggestions for other colors and styles etc - email if you have a specific request and we'll see what's most popular.
Show your support for the toughest sport in the world in the toughest part of the world! Your $20 donation helps create athlete heroes in a country in desperate need of them. Click here to buy your shirt now!

Friday, November 4, 2011

Less than one month to go!

For those of you who don't know me I am Scott Caruso, the Afghanistan Water Polo volunteer with the distinct honor of escorting the athletes to California next month. While so much effort is coming together there is still much to be done to prepare for a trip of this nature. With knowing just how excited I am for this, I can't even imagine what the athletes are thinking. I’ve had the good fortune of being exposed to many other cultures spanning the world, and have been very fortunate in my life thus far to have visited places many Americans have not had the opportunity. Visiting Afghanistan, especially as a civilian and under such positive circumstances, is an opportunity of a lifetime for me. Even as the realities of the challenges ahead present themselves I can't help but to be continually inspired by the work of the dedicated volunteers that are making these athletes’ dream become reality. If you are reading this I urge you to get involved in this effort in whatever way you can contribute, but especially by assisting in our financial needs. I will be continuing to provide updates as we approach the athlete’s arrival and our journey to America.

1 comment:

  1. Hey Scott,

    I think what you're doing is fantastic! I live in CA and work for a company that is a sponsor of USA Water Polo, Ludus Tours. I'm wondering if there are some ways we can work together to support Afghanistan Water Polo. Where in California will you be visiting? We might be able to schedule a time to meet up.