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We Believe in Giving Back to Our Community

Community Service

We believe in investing in our community. We believe it is a privilege to play soccer for Loveland Storm FC, and that soccer should not be just about ‘me’.

We want our players to see the needs of others in our community. Each team is expected to undertake a community service project each season as part of its investment in the community.

Our teams have helped raise money for women and their families going through breast cancer, they have helped collect donations for Cleats for Kids, they have helped put together meal kits for children and their families all around the world, they have put backpacks together for underprivileged kids going back to school, they have done countless volunteer activities at Matthew 25 Ministries and so much more.

We’re proud of our coaches, our team admins, our parents and our players for helping us make an impact to our communities. 

Grant’s Wolf Pack

Loveland Storm FC Giving Back

Storm Give Back to RMH

Storm Give Back to RMH

Girls 2008 Orange and Boys 2011 White both collected donations and decorated snack bags for the snack station at the Cincinnati Ronald McDonald House. Families staying at the RMH can go to the snack station first thing in the morning to pack food for their families to...

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G08 Orange and B11 Support the Ronald McDonald House

Our Girls 2008 Orange team and Boys 2011 White team both collected donations and decorated snack bags for the snack station at the Cincinnati Ronald McDonald House.

The Boys 2010 White team supporting Our Daily Bread

The Boys 2010 White team spent some time before practice making over 200 sandwiches for Our Daily Bread, the largest soup kitchen in Cincinnati. These sandwiches are needed everyday and are provided along with their hot meal, so their guests will also have something to eat later in the day. Awesome work boys!! #stormgivesback

B12 Boys Give Back in a Big Way!

Our B12 Orange team members held individual clothing drives over the course of several weeks with family & friends to benefit Matthew 25: Ministries and their work with the poorest of the poor and disaster victims in Greater Cincinnati, throughout the US, and around the world in times of need.
We are truly amazed by their efforts and generosity — 93 bags/boxes filled with clothes were donated total! Looks like it was a fun night of team bonding, all in the spirit of helping others.

Storm FC 5k: Loveland Magazine Story

Players and parents representing Storm FC presenting new start-up Mile 42 Coffee and the Loveland Legacy Foundation check donations.

Storm FC 5k: Loveland Beacon Story

Players and parents representing Storm FC presenting new start-up Mile 42 Coffee and the Loveland Legacy Foundation check donations.

Boys 09 Team

Our Loveland Storm B09 Orange team painting pumpkins for the Pink Pumpkin Sale benefiting the Pink Ribbon Girls who support women and families going through Breast Cancer.

Our Girls 08 Team

Our G08 team brought sports donations to Cleats for Kids and also helped them sort and organize at the store. Great job ladies!

Our Girls 07 Team

Our G07 team had a great morning volunteering at The Hope Factory to help feed children around the world!

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