WMFC Helps Bring Football to Africa

With registrations open now and the first game of the 2017 season less than two months away, it's time for the WMFC hard working volunteers to do some clearing out of old gear.
WMFC has joined with Kayla from KitAID and have donated three large trailer loads of old training balls. KitAID collects old kit from the football clubs in Canberra, Newcastle and Wollongong and are shipping these to villages in Gambia , Africa. 
It's a great opportunity for WMFC to contribute to the global football community. Old kit in Canberra will be welcomed by the kids in Gambia who have very little. We look forward to getting some pictures of the kids with these balls and are proud we can assist people to play football. 
Pictured: Richard Jalland and Rodger Machonahie from WMFC and Kayla from KitAID.




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