Football kits charity KitAid on Tuesday made its 8th presentation in recent months with another massive donation to clubs and communities in the Greater Banjul Area. The latest donation went to about half a dozen teams from Manjai, Bunsumbala, New Jeshwang, Bakoteh and Serekunda.
The presentation took place at the offices of the Plymouth/Banjul Challenge, The Jarama restaurant in Senegambia.
The first presentation was a donation of D20, 000 from KitAid’s local partner Plymouth Banjul challenge to the Join Hands Save a Baby Maternity theatre project at the Brikama Health Centre.
The donation was received by the local project manager Mr Abdoulie Badjie.
Then followed the KitAid sportswear presentations went to Ball City FC, Uprising FC, Manjai Central and team from Busumbala. Each team received a complete set of Jersey, training kits, a complete tracksuit for their coach and a football donated by Omar Jatta of Gambia football fans online platform. Omar Jatta currently lives in the UK. The next cycle and consignment of Sportswear from KitAid is expected in September. KitAid is a charity that distributes recycled and donated football kit to Africa, sharing the passion for football with under privileged children and adults.