Division of Community Outreach Division

Soccer Program
The Multicultural Community Family Services Soccer Program, known as the Multicultural United Soccer Club, is a culturally diverse recreational and character-building outreach and prevention program that serves youth ages 4 to 17 years and their families residing in the Township of Upper Darby, Philadelphia and surrounding communities. Multicultural United Soccer Club operates year round and provides soccer-playing opportunities for over 200 youth.

Our players, their families and our coaches hail from Asia, Africa, South America and North America and represent over 30 nationalities—playing together as one club.
The program is aimed at building strong moral character and leadership for youth through the game of soccer and provides a positive environment where youth between the ages of 4 and 17 can meet, play soccer, develop strong bonds of friendship, acquire positive social skills and become young role models and leaders within their communities.

The Multicultural United Soccer Club is supported by a host of volunteers who serve as Coaches, Club Manager, Referees, Team Parents, Hospitality Hosts and various other roles.

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Building Bridges Cultural Ambassadors Program
The Building Bridges Cultural Ambassadors Program is a friendship building initiative aimed at bringing together culturally diverse youths and families for the purpose of promoting cross cultural awareness, increased understanding of different ethnic groups and advocacy for the elimination of ethnic teasing, harassment and intimidation.

Program Objectives:
- Create an atmosphere where youths from diverse backgrounds can co-exist and live peacefully in their communities.
- Engage youths and their families in working toward peaceful outcomes in resolving conflicts.
- Provide leadership development for youths and their families.


The Elder’s Circle – (in development)


Citizenship Classes
MCFS offers citizenship classes to immigrants who need assistance with preparing for the US Citizenship examination. Classes are held for 2 hours, 2 twice per week for a total of 12 weeks. The goal is to successfully prepare immigrants for the United States citizenship examination and interview process.


English as Second Language (ESL) Classes
The ESL program provides support to immigrants seeking to become more integrated into their communities through the learning of the English Language. Immigrants acquire English learning skills that help them learn how to use the English Language to converse with their families, their neighbors, build new relationships and navigate resources in their communities.

Music Program
Piano Lessons (in development)

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