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F.A. Boot Aid

 

If you've ever wondered what to do with a perfectly good pair of football boots that you've grown out of, now you can donate them to football mad children in Malawi. Clubs and Leagues in Greater Manchester are being encouraged to collect unwanted pairs of boots for up to three thousand orphaned children attending ten charity centres in the Mulanje region as part of an appeal by FOMO - Friends of Mulanje Ophans. The children, who have lost their parents to HIV, attend special centres before and after school to learn about hygiene, safe sex, HIV and games such as football. Founders Mary and Keith Woodworth hope that the days of the children playing football in bare feet will soon be over. . If your club or league can help, please telephone FOMO on 01772 619409, or visit their extensive and informative website at www.fomo.co.uk.


 

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