‘Samba 360’ Volunteers Help Deliver Sports Equipment to Rio’s Underprivileged

Two American volunteers manage to bring over enough sports equipment for three football (soccer) teams while visiting the Cidade Maravilhosa as part of volunteer-led NGO Samba 360.

By Jack Arnhold, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Andrew Schwenk and his son Max are the latest volunteers to help new Rio-based NGO Samba 360 continue in their mission to supply sports equipment to Rio’s underprivileged youngsters.

Andrew Scwhenk and his son, Max Schwenk, made the trip over from New York with three huge bags filled with over eighty-six jerseys, fifty cleats, forty-six socks, four balls, thirty-five shorts, and fourteen shin-guards.

All of this equipment will be donated to Rio’s underprivileged young people as part of NGO Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?