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Using Football to change lives

Football4Africa uses the beautiful game to raise awareness and funds for the Children of Africa. While parent charity Abaana meets their practical needs we wanted to give the kids something fun, and the chance to enjoy life like kids in the west do. All the money raised and shirts collected go straight to those in the poorest parts of the world. Maybe your passion for football could help put a smile on a child's face.


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F4A Shirt Amnesty

In the last couple of months Football4Africa relaunced the Shirt Amnesty Project. The aim of this is to collect used football shirts and kits to send to underprivilaged parts of the work. However, in order to achieve this we need to pay for the cost of sending the shirts to Africa. We hope to raise money in order to pay for the shipment of all the shirts plus other aid items to Africa. The total we hope to raise is £5000.

If you would like to donate to this project you can find details of how to do that by following the link to the "Donate" section of our website.

 

Shirt Amnesty Photos - click here.
Raised so far: £689.15
We still need: £4310.85

Updated 1st August 2012

Football4Africa links up with The Soccer Store

Football4Africa has recently linked up with thesoccerstore.co.uk. The Soccer Store has kindly donated £150 of football equipment to the football shirt amnesty.

Thesoccerstore sells everything from kits, football, and samba nets. The £150 kit donation will enable us to send some equiment along with the kits and shirts once we have raised enough money. If you wish to donate to the shirt amnesty you can either send your old shirts to us or you can donate to enable us to pay for the shipping of the item by heading to the Donate section of our websie.

To find out more about thesoccerstore please click here.

 


Football4Africa Fantasy League

Football4Africa has again set up a Fantasy Premier League for the new 2012/13 football season. If you want to take part then you need to donate £5 to the football shirt amnesty and we will send you the code and the instructions to join the league. To set up a team you need to go to the Fantasy League Website.

To donate your £5 please click here


Football4Africa Fantasy Football

Football4Africa's Fantasy League has come to an end for the season. The winner of this years league is Phil Reid. Phil was on top from start to finish and has taken the crown of F4A Champion from Tania Baker-Kelly.

Congratulations to Phil!

Football4Africa's Fantasy League will be back for next season so keep checking the website for details.


F4A School Building Project Completed!!!

Building projectFootball4Africa's School Building Project is finally complete! We have raised the required amount and the school is now complete. Pictures of the completed school will be postedThat's where we need your help. Football4Africa would like to thank all of you who donated money to help build the school. Every penny has made such a difference. Click here for more details of the project.

We are planning another project so keep checking the website and the Facebook page for details of the new project. Please also remember that we are still collecting used football shirts and kits if you have anything you would like to donate check out the Shirt Amnesty page for more information.

The building has begun! Click here for photos.
Raised so far: £40,000
We still need: £0

Updated 15th February2012

Shirt Amnesty Relaunches!!!

Football4Africa has relaunched its shirt amnesty! After taking time out to raise money to build a school we have decided to begin collecting shirts again. We collect all types of shirts in all sizes. Our primary focus is football kits but we do accept any type of sporting shirt.

For more informtion on the shirt amnesty and where to send the shirts to please click here.

To read more on the last amnesty please click here.


SportsWriter asks for your support.

Football4Africa is helping to promote SportsWriter's new sports writing competition. Although they are not a charity they are donating 1/3 of the entrance fees to Cyclists Fighting Cancer and our parent company DB Sporting Enterprises gives 10% of their profits to charity (last year it was The Adam Stansfield Foundation - http://www.adamstansfieldfoundation.com/index.html).

 


Football4Africa Announce New Parter

Football4Africa is pleased to announce it has teamed up with a new sports company called Football Direct Online. Football Direct online specialise in selling football kits, accessories and also specialise in tailored coaching sessions for teams and coaches, provided by FA and UEFA qualified academy coaches. Football Direct Online also provides a platform for people to donate their old football shirts to Football4Africa.

Check out the Football Direct Website by clicking here.


Ham Bap Sponsored Walk for Football4Africa

On Friday 3rd June, Hamilton Road Baptist Church Youth Club (Ham Bap) walked from Helens Bay to Hamilton Road Baptist Church in Bangor. The money raised from this walk has been donated to the school building project. They raised a brilliant total of £816.50. This money has gone a long way to helping us reach our total of £40,000.

If you would like to donate to the Building project please click here.

 


Cycle Across Africa

Charlie Sole from England is currently cycling across Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe and finishing at the coast of Mozambique. Alex is wearing a Football4Africa printed t-shirt and has taken out a number of football shirts to give out to children from orphanages.

To find out more about what Charlie and a number of others are doing please click here.

 


Boys Sacrifce presents for Football4Africa

Alex Phillips and Isaac Flockton from Buckingham in England both shared their 8th birthday and instead of asking for presents from friends they asked for money. The money they recieved from their friends has been donated to Football4Africa's school building project.

Pictured are Isaac and Alex holding the donation box along with their friends from the party.

They boys raised a massive £220 for the school building project!

A big thank you to Isaac and Alex from Football4Africa!


Hamilton Road Baptist Church say Bon Voyage to Paul and Tania Baker

Hamilton Road Baptist Church said Bon Voyage to Paul and Tania Baker. Paul is the founder of Football4Africa and the couple are going to live and work in Uganda for two and half years at Kiwoko Hospital. The 20s/30s group donating money and also donated some football shirts to Football4Africa.

To follow what the Bakers are up to during their time in Uganda please click here.

 

 


 

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Football4Africa's parent charity, Abaana, are building a School in Uganda for a fiver!

 


Football Academy kitted out

Jackson FoundationUgandan Football legend Jackson Mayanja runs a Football Academy in Mukono, Uganda. Football4Africa are proud to team up with The Jackson Foundation. The football academy now have a full range of football kits, thanks to your donations.

Click here for more information.

 

 


Latest video footage

October 2009

 
The story so far.

This will give you a glimpse of our work in Africa. Click here for our Video page.

 


Lancashire teenager makes a difference

Sam's kitsSam "Chopper" Cooper, age 14, from Lancashire donated a box full of his replica football kits to our Football Shirt Amnesty. These kits are now being proudly worn by children in Uganda.

A big THANK YOU goes out to Sam for donating these kits. Click here for photos of some of these kits.

 

 

 


Glasgow School completes Shirt Amnesty

AmnestyDuring Spring 2009 pupils and staff at St Aloysius’ College, Glasgow ran a Football Shirt Amnesty. These shirts will soon be on their way to Africa.

Click here for more details.

 

 

 


6 Ugandan Schools get Sports Equipment

Sports gearFootball4Africa were able to spend £3000 on equipment and now over 2000 children have P.E. as part of their education.

Click here for more details and some photos of the delighted children.

 

 

 


Sponsor a Child in Africa

Child Sponsorship Child sponsorship costs just £14 per month.

Abaana (our parent charity) has been running the Child Sponsoship program since 1997. With Abaana the full £14 goes to your child in Africa.

Click here for more details.

 

 

 


The Spring Ball & Auction raises over £4k

Building projectThe Spring Ball took place on Saturday 21st March and was a great success. The Football4Africa auction items included a signed Man Utd shirt and Football, a signed Northern Ireland shirt, Football signed by Pat Jennings, and many more sport related items. Needless to say the Man Utd shirt was the most popular raising £550, despite their recent dip in form.

Also on the night was a lowest bid auction where the winner walked away with a trip for 2 to Scotland for £5.02!

In total on the night £4076.32 was raised towards building Lweeza Primary School.


Run a Marathon for F4A

Building projectMarathon season is upon us - why not run a marathon for Football4Africa! Get a relay team together, run or walk the whole thing yourself. Download an official Football4Africa Sponsor form and get more details here.

You can also set up your own web-page for friends and family to make on-line donations.

 

 


Football Shirt Amnesty

Loading the containerSince October 2007 we have been collecting your old football shirts and sending them to the Third World. To date we've received thousands of shirts plus tons of other football related clothing from all over the UK, America, Finland, Turkey....

On behalf of everyone at Abaana & Football4Africa THANK YOU for your support.

For more information please see our Shirt Amnesty page.

 


Uganda 2008 - Football Team

Click here to see photosAfter the success of our Football Shirt Amnesty (see below) we decided to take a football team to Uganda this summer. A squad of 16 played matches against local teams in Kampala, coached in Abaana schools and distributed some of the shirts you have donated.

Click here for some photos and a report of the team's trip.


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