Donate football boots and kits to charity and give them a second life through KiTs for the World’s Empowerment through football projects. Voor nederlandse informatie klik hier KiTs for the World was founded with the aim of supplying donated football kits to help charities that focus on tackling HIV and support for disadvantaged children around the world, through sports-based health education.
Kits4Causes collects and distributes donated football shirts, kit and equipment to causes around the world.
The Gift of Soccer Up-Cycled donations from local Soccer Clubs to provide dozens of needed cleats to kids on the San Filipe Pueblo North of Albuquerque, NM. Read More... Honduras - Central America. The Gift of Soccer and Care4Communities donated equipment to Roatan, Honduras. Care4Communities is coordinating locally that share the vision of ...
With Peace Passers you can donate new and used soccer equipment helping to redistribute items to communities that have limited access to proper gear. Give back and share the joy of the game with others! Pass the Peace by Donating Gear, Organizing a Fundraiser or Requesting Gear to support your mission team, sports ministry or NGO. DONATIONS
KitAid is a charity that recycles your once loved football kit and distributes to underprivileged children and adults in some of the world’s poorest countries.
There are many charities who now donate football merchandise to other countries who cannot afford themselves to buy them. There is one charity Kits4Causes who donate to all kinds of people around the country. They donate any kind of football related products and if they are not suitable to send over they will recycle the item for money and reinvest back in to the charity.
In addition, we can supply teams with sports equipment materials such as pinnies, cones, soccer balls, pumps and needles to play soccer safely and with dignity. With enough donate equipment, GOALS can start programs in new areas, which include soccer, community service, and health and educational opportunities.
aboutus. Founded in the summer of 2017, two 17 year old, British A level students, Tom Sweetnam & Archie Barrow decided to set up the charity "Kit 4 Kenya." Being passionate about sport - and football in particular, we soon came up with the idea of recycling sports kit and sending it to those less fortunate than ourselves in Africa.
If you would like more information on how to get involved with sports kit recycling please contact David Pemberton on 020 7025 0021 or via email. Thank You. We would like to thank the below organisations for their kind donations to the Sports Kit Recycling Programme: Henry Tilly Sports for their kind donation of cricket kit - www.htsports.co.uk