Discussion in 'Pure Football' started by Felis Catus, Mar 28, 2012.
Anyone in Sunderland do this?
Hope not. Fucking stupid
Kids in desperate need of food, clean water, books, education. What do we do? Give em a pair of manky old football boots. Bravo.
I live in Kenya and have been involved in such a project, the beneficiaries really appreciate every shirt, sock and football boot sent to them, really makes a difference. There already exist massive sanitation, food and education programmes anyway, go to Gigiri in Nairobi and you'll find offices of pretty much every NGO and charity you can think of.
Football projects are most welcome IMO.
All the fannies who buy them Tom flossies help cos they give a pair to an African child for every pair they sell apparently.
So to sum up: no one gives a flying fuck or doesn't know.
Should send a pair of boots to Africa with a greek bloke still in them
Russell Foster Youth League are currently collecting boots to send to South Africa. Just before Christmas we sent over 90 pairs and currently we have a collection of close to 200 which will be going very soon.
How would I collect boots from my sons team (also in the RF league) to pass on to the league?
I would happily give my old ones but they get ripped and stuff before i buy new ones.
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