Ramsbury FC donate footballs, strips and football boots in support of Ukraine refugee children.
Ramsbury FC collected team strips, footballs and football boots to donate to Ukraine refugee children re-located to the UK.
Ramsbury FC U17s Coach Geoff Pratt, pictured with his son Ben who plays in the U17s squad and Ant Atkinson from the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust, and a parent in the U16s team, responded to a request for donations of football kit to support children who have been re-located to the UK due to the war in Ukraine.
The response was instant and good quality football boots, Ramsbury FC strips and a number of training balls were quickly handed to Ant Atkinson of the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust in support of this worthy cause.
It is planned to do more in the near future and hopefully provide more kit and support to those children that need it.
Ramsbury FC has previously supported ATE, a local registered charity that supports communities living in a remote area of Ghana in Africa, by donating strips and boots and will look to continue to support similar charities that provide much-needed support to families and children in difficult circumstances. You can learn more about Action Through Enterprise (ATE) here: ATE’s Story | ATE Ghana
Ramsbury FC are proud to support ATE and also support the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust and their aim in creating a sustainable future for our communities and the animals and people within them. Learn more about the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust here: Wiltshire Wildlife Trust
The Ukraine appeal remains paramount and more information can be accessed via this link: