In memory of la fe biggest supporter the name of the event of the Guyana chapter will be changed to the Raquel Couchman la fe tournaments to honor her. Raquel was a magnet to Children all over the World it was the Christ in her, her child like faith, that made it all possible.
Our next La fe is in Linden Guyana at MSC ground.
°•○☆ January 28th 2023.
°•○☆ Time: 10:00 Am to 4:00 Pm.
°•○☆ 4 teams, players per team must include Co-Ed.
More information to follow.
La fe the arm/hand of H2OBoy. As part of the socially responsible foundation H2OBoy partners with local business in Canada and around the world to host Football/Soccer tournaments for children ages 5 to 16 in underprivileged communities, the tournament is open to all youth in the age category, we host the matches in the community to bring support to those communities. Supplying sporting equipment, and the opportunity to play in an organized event that boost confidence in the youths development in the mental and physical health.
A very Special thank you to Mr. Cama at Rome Flooring Ltd in Ottawa our Champion man, thank you for all your help and being so kind and Generous.
Our Global corporate structure and culture owns it self to team work and Football helps young people learn about team work. Ask us how you and your company can Sponsor a team, help sponsor a child's uniform help sponsor the tournament, get your product placement at worthy cause. A twenty five dollars donation is a virtual ticket to the next tournament in Mexico 2022. As a member you will be in close contact with the event organizer to help you and your organization get involve, with your skills. The twenty five dollars also helps to cover a meal for a player for the day for the teams and the days event staff. A picture tells a thousand words they say, we try to improve the tournaments each year. Please enjoy the picture side show.
☆☆☆°•○● ♡ La fe Mexico, would be nothing with out the local help, the relentless commitment to Football and youth development is what drive our partners Santiago Garcia, and his Son Santiago Garcia junior. The team that the two of them put together is awesome. The reason being Football is Mexico's Number Export, in terms of fire power, every child in Mexico wants to play football and it shows, the National teams success, the professional teams success is nothing short of amazing.
°°•○●□■☆ On behalf of H2OBoy and all of our Canadian supporters we would like to thank the City of Playa del Carmen and the people and authorities and the leaders of Quintana Roo for supporting us. Thank you to all the football clubs that show us Love, and Respect. Thank you to Señor Frog's. We hope to continue for the children.
La fe Guyana
°•○●□■☆☆ ♡ Guyana's tournament was also a huge success with the Help from one of the Golden Jaguar and my fellow TopXX member Kayode McKinnon and his Kayo's Football Academy. Thank you to City of Linden for hosting us, thank you to the Region 10 Chairman Sharma Solomon for opening the tournament. Special thanks to Christian from Commonwealthgames.ca and York Region Soccer Association, Vancouver Whitecaps, Gloucester Soccer Association-Youth Hornets, OSU - Ottawa South United Soccer, Ottawa Footy Sevens, Ottawa Coliseum Soccer, Graeme Ivory, Eastern Ontario District Soccer Association and all the other supporters that continue to support us.
Special Thanks to Club Universidad Nacional, A.C., known as U.N.A.M. nickname Pumas.
Thank you Thank You Thank you to all those that made it possible: If you are not on the list please contact us to be added.
Lord Jesus for the Strength to carry on
The Embassy of Mexico Ottawa
Dr. John and Lorain Davies
Dr. Ed Napke
Dr. Hugues Loemba
Dr. Ismael Teta
Nepean Soccer dot ca
Woodvale Pentecostal Church
Cecilia Sivertson and Anthony Nguyen: Evergreen Label and Printing
Santiago Garcia Mendoza
Santiago Garcia Mendoza Jr.
Scott at WestJet Yow*
Natures Path Organic Food
Kenneth Wong Queens University Executive MBA
Minto R* Center Bayshore *** Now Accora Village center
Eastern Ontario District Soccer Association
SARAH AMERY, Ab.
Bay Bayshore Ottawa
Mexico AirPort Authority Cancun
Gerardo Isaias Chi Torres
Pastor Margarita Montalvo
Auto City Jose Luis "El Profe"
Señor Frog's Playa Del Carmen
Flipp'n Burgers Calgary, Ab.
Trudy Garland, OCDSB
David Mann, Ottawa
Joe Fournier, Ottawa
Alberto Lopez, Mexico
Mili Ombasic, Ottawa
Kwesi Loney, Ottawa
Dejan Radojevic, Ottawa
Lori Strath, WestJet
Dan'd Warral, WestJet
Christian Hebert, Phresh Men's Salon
Andres vanz, Mexico
Timothy Ward, UK
Sports Experts Management Team Bayshore
Dhorety Kelly Wiles
Mike Swartzack Zak Gilks
Home Field Sponsorship: Your Name/Logo featured on a prominent place at the tournament, a 12" wide 8*10 frame of the winning team and your name or logo on the photograph, A custom uniform with your name or logo on it, your name or logo on this platform, invitations to sponsored events. Listed in the credits. Cost: $2200 and up.
Away Field Sponsorship: Your name/Logo featured on a prominent place at the tournament, 8" wide 8*10 Photograph of the winning team with you name/logo on it, a custom Jersey with your name/logo on it, name and or logo on this platform, special invites to Sponsored events. Listed in the credits. Cost $999 to $1999
Neutral Field Sponsorship: Name/Logo featured at the tournament, 5" wide name/logo on this platform, Special invite to Sponsored events. Listed in the credits. Cost $500 to $999.
What is La fe?
A one day event has evolved into 6 continents, sustainable community development projects, aimed at high risk youth in affected communities, on the completion of the foundation years these tournaments will benefit thousands of youth in the developing world. In today's volatile economy it's imperative that one maximize their return on their giving to philanthropy and their investment in the marketing of their brand. The opportunity my team and I are presenting to you is both cost efficient and will yield residual marketing in the form of product placement in terms of philanthropy and marketing. Our virus protection plan is second to none in terms of prevention.
Project overview: Phase 1
Who: H2OBoy- An environmentally, Socially conscious marketing company, organizing one day tournaments for communities in the developing world to guide at-risk youth to focus on mental health and sports as a conduit for adolescents development rather than getting into organized crime.
What: "La fe" The faith in Spanish, was the original name of the project, the objective of phase 1 is to demonstrate efficiency in productivity in organizing and executing the tournaments in the selected communities. Moving forward the new name of the tournament is Raquel Couchman La fe tournament.
Where/When: The selected countries for phase 1 Mexico and Guyana the tournaments were a huge success, this year will begin in Mexico on the 19th of February 2022 in Playa del Carmen. From 1000h to 1600h ages 5 to 16 coed.
Why: To continue the development and to document with video and photographic evidence of the tournaments to build a solid proposal to submit to FIFA and the United Nations (UN) to partner with us for the future of community development. A legacy project that should outlive us if it's done right.
How: Alignment of resources in the form of cash donations, technical skill and equipment from our affluent communities in the G20, take the resources to the developing world, connect with the local community leaders and distribute the resources at the end of the tournaments.
On behalf of all that contributed to the success of the tournaments H2OBoy is presenting our names to FIFA and the UN to partner with us. In FIFA's case, our request is for FIFA to grant us access to their top players and facilities around the world. Help Sponsor us at these events. We will be creating a motion picture blockbuster movie to be released in the box office, this will be a blueprint of success for the youth to follow. Documenting the life stories of the successful players, coaches, managers, owners, etc... This will help demonstrate a solid career path for the youth to consider, the funds generated from the movie will help sustain the development project for each continent and will help to create a lasting legacy for generations to come, in the form of building practical tangible sustainable communities in the ever rising markets of the developing world. Imagine being the pioneers that invested in the communities that become successful in the future, this will benefit all humanity. Children are the future.
In the case of the UN, we are creating a syndicated network on seven continents in high risk communities, our request is for assistance in the technical development of communities and the protection of the youth space while we develop the facilities in the communities, by creating a safe place for the youth to escape to when the pressure builds up to much for them to handle.
Build facilities in the communities that are fully equipped with mental and physical health capabilities, educational facilities, spiritual facilities, adolescents developmental facilities.
Continued monitoring of the communities to ensure the youths are growing and are contributing back to their communities.
Expansion to other continents...
Virus Protection plan:
Using a three prong approach to secure each individual into the facility. Our priority is the effortless safety of each participant, with the advent of the so-called breakthrough virus, it's imperative that we put up these safety nets to protect the population. We would rather be 100% sure of 100% negative tests, rather than 50% sure of 100% inoculated individuals with no test results. For example the CTC in Ottawa only inoculated individuals can enter the building, that means 100% of the individuals are inoculated however the players have been reported to have covid 19, there is no way to protect the people. If we move to this pre testing prior to each game that way we will know that 100% of the individuals are virus free.
1. First Prong at three days to the event the subject gets a test of choice, nose swab, throat swab, oral (fluid) swab, saliva sample or blood draw to conduct and send in prior to arriving on site to the event, as they arrive with the negative results.
2. They are entering into the Second prong in terms of prevention, they are given a rapid tested on site 3 kilometers away and 3 hours before entering the facility.
3. The Third prong and the last test is also a rapid test and is done as they leave the facilities, by the time they get home they get a notice of the results.
These three tests will help us collect more accurate data on our customer base and they will help us conduct more events including matches without a single virus suspect on site. Our virus prevention model could become the new way of life for sporting events and events that require negative tests to enter. My sister and I came up with this plan to help the government get a safe handle of the covid 19 pandemic. I was the co-chair of the African Caribbean Health Network of Ottawa for many years, and our community knows global virus outbreaks very well, however we have to work with the Government of the day and we are willing, its called the Couchman counter. You are free to use it at your facilities.