Breaking Borders has 2 areas of focus currently, Latin America and Florida. 

Nicaragua

A majority of our projects are located in Nicaragua. To find out more feel free to contact us! 

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Dale Pues Ultimate- Nicaragua Christian Academy (NCAI)

Dale Pues Ultimate is Breaking Borders' first youth team in Nicaragua. They are also the first official Ultimate team of any kind in Nicaragua.  We are so proud of all they accomplished in their first year!


The kids in Ciudad Sandino listening to Zeke give a lesson on throwing. 

The kids in Ciudad Sandino listening to Zeke give a lesson on throwing. 

CIUDAD SANDINO ZONE 6

This is our main community outreach just outside of Managua, Nicaragua. Every Friday morning we come to teach and play Ultimate with the kids in Zone 6 of Ciudad Sandino. The kids have loved getting to play and learn the values that come from playing. 


Federacion Nicaraguense Disco Volador

FENIDIVO is the national governing body for disc sports in Nicaragua. We are partnering with them to help get them off the ground and give them the ability to connect with youth and develop more youth programs. This is an awesome partnership as it gives us more stability here in country, while giving them an experienced partner to grow youth ultimate. 

 

Nicaragua Christian Academy Matagalpa Campus

Coming Soon! 


Nicaragua Christian Academy Nejapa Campus

Coming Soon! 


FLORIDA

Mentors reading and discussing the BB Leadership Curriculum. 

Mentors reading and discussing the BB Leadership Curriculum. 

Breaking Borders Mentor Development Program

Breaking Borders had their first group of 6 Mentors go through a 6 week development program in March of 2016. The Mentors came from the University of South Florida Men and Women's Ultimate teams. The Mentors were introduced to the BB Leadership curriculum and given opportunities to respond to it during 6 sessions over the course of the program. The Mentors will now have the opportunity to put into practice what they have learned through clinics in Tampa, New York, and Nicaragua.