We at Puma FC fully believe that individuals of all ethnicities, gender, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, ability or disability, should be warmly welcomed into our organization and onto soccer pitches all across the country.
It is our belief that diversity and inclusion only makes our community stronger and it is our duty to create a safe, respectful, and developmentally focused environment for our players and our staff so we can learn from each other and grow with one another.
Puma FC, as a youth soccer organization, seeks to grant all our players the freedom to excel and will work with our players as they strive to overcome the challenges of inequality and discrimination.
We categorically state that there is no place for racism, prejudice, or any other form of discrimination in or outside soccer.
If you would like to help us with this fight you can contact Dave Driscoll, Director of Community Affairs, and get more information or make a donation by clicking on the button below.