Wwe received some great photos of Cardiff City kit being used by boys at the Somalia School for Dead Children.  Ismail who collected the kit from us sent us a fantastic note, please find an extract below:

"We were informed that no team plays with the deaf team. Our colleague hired an AstroTurf and arranged matches with other groups.

They enjoyed Man U & Cardif City kits and proudly held their heads high.

The smiles, excitement and joy on their faces no one could describe, he says. Our colleague's time as you might imagined was laughter in one minute and tears on his eyes in the other.

They also acknowledged someone in the other side of the world cares and showed appreciation and thankfulness through their teachers and heads. He says ''this is the best thing I have ever done in my life''

I hope this inspires you and tells the story of KitAid. As we always say it really  is more than just a shirt.

Dougy Allsop and his team have recently made an amazing trip to Mongolia where they took out kit, played in the national stadium and helped to build a number of things from funds they had raised. 

This all came about from an introduction they made with Adventure Kicks when we went up to Scotland last November. 

Martin Myers who runs AK attended the presentation day and it all developed from there. 

Well done guys and look forward to hearing more about it when we eventually get up to Scotland again.

Each boxing up session now seems to end in a new record figure and somehow we managed to sort and box nearly 7,000 items at the September session.  As a result we are now very close to 300k items of kit being donated since 1998 which is incredible.  Especially when you think we were only celebrating the 250k milestone last October.  We will pass the new milestone on 10 October at the next boxing up.  Incredible to think we could fill Wembley Stadium three times over. A lot of smiles!