After a three month break and with the easing of “lockdown” across the country, KitAid has decided to re-start kit collections. We have contacted all of our volunteer Regional Co-ordinators and they are all happy to receive and collect kit donations, as long as safe practices are followed. This is great news.

We would therefore ask that when donating kit

• Government guidelines are followed
• A safe distance is maintained
• Gloves and a face mask are worn
• Kit is washed (if possible)

These are intended to protect our volunteers and you, as we wish to act responsibly to everyone.

Thank you for your support.

2 replies
  1. Jenifer Handford
    Jenifer Handford says:

    I Have football kits to donate u8 – u18 all clean, used but in good conditions.
    Can I arrange for a courier collection please

    Manny Thanks
    Jennie
    Secretary
    Upper Clatford YouthFC

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  2. Cornelius moss Mungwala
    Cornelius moss Mungwala says:

    Am Cornelius moses mungwala from chingola zambia. Am a manger of my people youth foundanation . The team is doing well but lack the material like boots , football ball, Jersey shinpads, short , track suit , training jacket and any others sports equipment please assist us with what even little amount of any sports equipment please assistance you can Rendered us . so to enable these play actualize their potential of becoming professional football as thank u in advance happy new year yours pastor mungwala.

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