There are so many global issues facing the world today, from hunger, pollution, discrimination. But one organization, the non-profit "Sports for Sharing" in D.C., is on a mission to tackle those problems by getting children involved.
The children at Sports for Sharing's summer camp play fun games like kids at other camps, but they're also learning important lessons at the same time. Games like "save the water" are used to teach the children about global issues. It's a game about conserving water.
The camp, for Spanish-speaking students, is being held for the first time at Oyster-Adams bilingual school in northwest D.C.. And camp organizers say the youngsters are already learning how to be good citizens.
Sports for Sharing operates on the belief that the youngest generation is the best hope for a better world.