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The clinics are part of the Kick for Nick foundation, which Pfc. Nick Madaras' family established in his name after he was killed by a roadside bombing in 2006. Madaras' parents, Shalini and Bill, say he brought soccer balls to Iraqi children and taught them the game while overseas.
"He wanted to develop a relationship despite the fact there was no ability to communicate," Bill Madaras says.
After Madaras' death, his family and community came together to honor his use of soccer as a means of communication and unity with Iraqis. The foundation provides soccer balls and development programs to children there.