Following receipt of some really great photos from Ismail Jama, we posted them on to Facebook and Twitter and they very quickly got noticed by a journalist writing for Wales Online as there were some of Cardiff City kits. This is a much viewed website, especially in Wales(!), and we received some follow up contacts and more followers on our sites. This is another example of the power of good photos,which is why we constantly ask the charities we work with to send them in. It is also good for the clubs and we have cemented our relationship with Cardiff City as a result.
We have sponsored the week long footy camp once again this year, and as I say every year, this is the most inspiring project in our annual calendar.
If anyone would like to make the annual trip to Belfast in late July please conatct us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We always have a brilliant time, not only at the football camp, but also in Belfast City Centre on the Thursday/Friday nights.
Anyone else who has been on previous trips will be able to confirm this! Let me know if you are interested.
Many congratulations to John on winning the Pride of Swindon award!
He is chaplain for the Wiltshire Fire Service, coaches a local football team, but John is also one of our Regional Reps.
His work for KitAid was cited, not only for collecting kits but also for the work he carries out in The Gambia when he takes kit out twice a year.
Well done John, we are all pleased for you.
KitAid is a charity founded by Derrick Williams MBE in 1998, to provide kit and equipment to those who do not have access to resources across Africa and the developing world.Finding a home for your unwanted football kit in Africa and beyond.
Kitaid is a charity registered in England & Wales no. 1113968.
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