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  • Government Reg. No: 890
  • Expires On: 2015-08-27
  • Centre Member No: 7283

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  • Last Updated: 14-03-13
  • Last Administered: 23-09-14
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Bermuda's Brazilian Football School

Family, Education and Football = BBFS

  • Easter Cottage, 7 Tatem Lane, Pembroke HM 03
  • Mailing Address
  • Easter Cottage, 7 Tatem Lane, Pembroke HM 03
  • 441 505 7999
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  1. Primary Contact Person(s)

    Primary Contact

    • Calvin Blankendal
      CEO
      calvinio@transact.bm
      O: 441-292-1265
      M: 441-505-7999

    Secondary Contact

    • Dennis Brown
      President
      rockb@logic.bm

    Others

    • Gershon Gibbons
      CFO
      gershon.gibbons@gmail.com
  2. Classification(s) Based on the National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities (NTEE)

  3. Our Mission

    To foster the mental, physical and emotional growth in youth through football, both nationally and internationally. The core of BBFS’ work focuses on the training and individual development of youth players within an inclusive team context that also promotes integration, diversity and a strong sense of personal responsibility. This fills a major gap in Bermuda’s football space and also provides an important complementary offering to many of the competitive football leagues in Bermuda. While BBFS is not a typical educational organisation, education is vital to the mission of cultivating our youth in non-drug influenced circles, and our success to date is a measure of the collective commitment of BBFS Executives and students.

  4. About Us

    Bermuda’s Brazilian Football School (BBFS) is drugs free and independently run training school, which utilizes football sports training to instill personal discipline and a code of conduct within its youth members. The founder in 2008 was Dennis Brown, a famed SCC Trojan’s coach and a former Bermuda international player, who... Read More

  5. Programme and Service Highlights

    1. Weekly Training – Trainings are held twice per week for 1 hour (5-6:30pm), held at the Dellwood Middle School. Approximately 75 youth members participate in training per year. We are activley engaged in increasing our outreach to female (girls) football players and are assessing the feasibility of having an all girls... Read More

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