Futurestars and Total Football Stage May Kit Amnesty
Thursday, 26th Apr 2018 14:58
Unwanted full or part kits - including shirts, shorts, socks, tracksuits, training kits plus boots and trainers - can be dropped off at Total Football in Key Street from May 1st to 31st to be sent to Ghana and Togo.
Futurestars, whose director is former Town midfielder Simon Milton, pictured above with Futurestars kit sponsor Kieron Dyer and Karen Cornforth from Total Football, works with over 4,000 children every week and the donated kit will be used for the local schools and children who need it most.
Any kit which is no longer needed, by individuals or by local football clubs, will be gratefully received and shipped from Felixstowe to Ghana later this year.
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