Our premier event, with over 12,000 attendees, is the largest event in Bucks County. It began with an idea, sparked by the memory of an energetic and courageous young soccer player. Sarah Parvin played for the Quakertown Soccer Club. She played with her long, wavy hair blowing behind her - eventually, she played with no hair at all. She was remembered as having an unfailing spirit, and an infectious smile. “There must be something that we can do”…
Friday July 20, 2018 - Team Check-in Registration
SoccerFest runs from 8:00 am on July 21 through 10:00 am Sunday July 22, 2018.
“Let’s play soccer for 24 hours, and raise money to combat this devastating disease”, and so we formed a partnership with the Quakertown Soccer Club. They are an amazing group of selfless people, who are willing to give generously of their time and talents. That first year, we started with approximately 80 teams signed up to participate in this new-fangled idea.
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The most important thing she taught me was how to live, laugh, and love. Life isn’t about how long you live it, it is about how full you lived it.
She was able to help everyone she touched and she could change their life.
Sarah left behind a legacy of strength and hope. She lived her life with courage and faced her death with the same courage.
For those who knew Sarah, she wouldn’t want you to remember that she died, but that she lived!
You brightened everyone’s world each and every day with your rays of sunshine and hope.
Although she did not live forever, she created a legacy that will. She in her short 12 years has left a long lasting impression in all our lives.
Heaven is blessed with Sarah’s presence. She brought laughter & love to those who knew her. Thank you Sarah for all that you gave us. We will always love you.
She taught me to laugh, sing, live, and be crazy and daring.
All of these memories will follow me wherever I go in life because not only did she leave footprints on my heart, she was the other half of it.
She will carry a piece of your soul within her heart, all the days of her life.
She is my every day inspiration and source of my courage and understanding of life.
Sarah taught me how to be myself and that it is OK to let loose and be crazy sometimes.
Sarah fought her cancer like she would anything else; with strength, courage and dignity.
Sarah has been a source of hope, inspiration and strength for me since I had heard of her.
Sarah was an amazing person who brought love and laughter to everyone who knew her.
The one thing that she told me that I will never forget is ” Who you are, is not up to them.” She taught me that I should always be myself and not change for anyone.
Sarah lived her life better than anyone that I know, and I will always remember her for it.
Sarah left footprints on so many hearts, including mine.