December 28 at 3:00pm until December 29 at 11:00pm Anyone can sign up. We encourage players of all levels to sign up, as “Open” is a great opportunity to play top players. Fans can follow along through multiple caster video streams throughout the tournament and watch the semifinals and finals cast officially by Hoops Care. [...]

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  • Dec 01 20122 item1 L300 Winneba Students Advocate for Disability Sport

    [caption id="attachment_714" align="alignleft" width="300"] Charles receiving gift on behalf of Team Wheels4Hope[/caption] The Level 300 students of the Winneba College of Education made history when they selected "Promoting Disability Sport." The students who are of the faculty of sport science chose the topic because of the lack of information and misconception [...] Read more

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  • Nov 25 20123 item1 Wheelchair Basketball Action in Sunyani!!!!!!!!!!

    [caption id="attachment_686" align="alignleft" width="300"] After games discussion[/caption] Hoops Care sees no limit when it comes to working with the community. Also there is no discrimination in choosing who to benefit from what. And that is what we see in our physically challenged athletes. We look at their abilities an not their [...] Read more

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  • Sep 13 20124 item1 They went, saw and conquered!!!!!!

    [caption id="attachment_372" align="alignleft" width="300"] Kawanopado, 2012 inomie community basketball champions[/caption] "You reap what you sow; He who wash his hands eat with kings;" these are some of the wise sayings the boys got when they enter the various markets with their trophy. This is something unheard of in Cape Coast for [...] Read more

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  • Sep 01 20125 item1 2nd HCI Afahye Open Basketball Tourney Held

    [caption id="attachment_347" align="alignleft" width="300"] group photo of some of the players[/caption] Hoops Care was once again able to bring together youth from various parts of Cape Coast to compete in a fair and discipline environment. The tournament also brought out the wheelchair basketball team of Cape Coast to exhibit their talent as [...] Read more

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  • Aug 27 20126 item1 HCI Basketball Tour Ends

    [caption id="attachment_94" align="alignleft" width="300"] HCI boys as they drop down in Kanashe, Accra.[/caption] Thirteen young boys 15U participated in the first ever basketball tour in HCI existence. The tour took them through various training facilities in the Greater Accra Region wherein they also played friendly against different teams. The boys won [...] Read more

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  • Aug 25 20127 item1 Successful Basketball Camp for Former Child Slaves

    Hoops Care International in collaboration with City of Refuge, a grass root organization working to liberate children from the fishing industry in Ghana, Educate individuals, groups and villages about the affects of slavery and motivate others to get involved in ending human trafficking and modern day slavery around the world. [...] Read more

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  • Apr 13 20128 item1 HCI Takes On Accra for 2012 Milo Junior Ball Finals

    On April 13th, HCI escorted the Cape Coast Milo finalists, Mfantsipim, Catholic Jubilee, and Wesley Girl’s School, to Accra to compete in the 2012 Milo Junior Ball finals. Catholic Jubilee won an extremely close game in one of the first rounds of basketball, making a major comeback in the last [...] Read more


  • Mar 17 20129 item1 First Annual Martin Holdbrook Memorial Event

    [caption id="attachment_122" align="alignleft" width="158"] Family and players at the event[/caption] In March, 2010 a member of the HCI family, Martin Holdbrook tragically passed away.  On March 17th, 2012 HCI hosted it’s first annual Martin Holdbrook Memorial event at the HCI court.  Members of Martin’s family, staff from the Cape Coast Technical [...] Read more


  • Mar 09 201210 item1 Milo Junior Ball Comes to Cape Coast

    On March 9th HCI had the pleasure of working with Rite Multimedia and Milo to host the 2012 Central Region Milo Junior Ball competition.  More than 500 people showed up to watch basketball, dance and rap competitions.  Mfantisipim JHS took first place in b-ball, narrowly beating Catholic Jubilee whom took second [...] Read more


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Hoops Care International (HCI) is a non-governmental organization located in the community of Amanful in Cape Coast, Ghana. It officially began in 2008 as a program to empower youth in the community through sports. Since then, it has grown to include care and outreach surrounding health and education. HCI works closely with youth from twelve schools in Cape Coast, along with single mothers, teen mothers, and handicapped individuals. In addition to running regular activities and programs surrounding sports, health, and education, HCI also coordinates events to address important issues. HCI has made a significant impact with its programs already, and always looks for new ways to support and empower community members


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