#1 - you take a game loved by millions around the world, played on fields and streets and rooftops, with or without shoes
#2 - you bring together people from around the world who have two things in common: difficult living circumstances and a love of soccer
#3 - you encourage, cheer, and teach these people via soccer. In the process of learning more about the skills needed to perform well on the field, they also learn life skills.
If you're interested, you can read more about the link between skills in soccer and skills in life in a recent NY Times article, here. But even if you don't click through, I'd encourage you to think about this notion for a moment:
What skills transfer from the field to everyday adult life?It's worth thinking about. As is homelessness.
How can we teach our children life lessons via soccer?