Kit Aid Partnership
Date: 04 February 2018 at 08:47 by Liam Cook
Kit Aid have formed a partnership with Coventry United Football Club
This year Coventry United Football Club are working with Kit Aid to collect any unwanted football kits to donate them to people in developing countries around the world.
Kit Aid is a charity that recycles once loved football kits and distributes them to underprivileged children and adult in some of the world’s poorest countries.
CUFC are urging anyone with any unwanted football tops, shorts, socks, boots, shin pads or football equipment to bring them to either of the drop off points and donate them to Kit Aid. The donations do not have to be branded Coventry United. Kits of any make from any team are welcome.
The club have set up two drop off points; Roy Edden’s Coventry Motorcycle Shop, CV2 4BL or The Butts Park Arena.
Coventry United’s U8’s manager Warren Cattell said:
“We are the first grass roots club in the West Midlands to do this and we are really proud to be involved in such a rewarding campaign. We have already collected more than 25 kits to date, so please if you have any items of kit of football equipment you no longer need or use, please donate them at either drop off points. Thank you for your generosity and support.”
For more information on Kit Aid, please visit http://kitaid.net/