In January, we partnered with Farm4Life, an international charity that aims to create a better life for people in Ghana. The charity runs a host of different community projects in Ghananian towns and communities, including Sportz4all, an initiative to enable disabled children and others, in deprived areas, to participate in sports activities.

We donated hundreds of our campaign branded t-shirts to Farm4Life for them to use as sports team bibs as part of Sportz4all, which runs a project teaching blind cricket to the visually impaired.

Our VP Welfare, David Allwright, pushing a wheelbarrow full of donations ready for collection.

 

 

During the past month, the t-shirts have travelled an incredible 3,000 (approx.) air miles all the way to Ghana ready to be used and they kindly sent these photos to show how our donations have been used:

Recognise these?

Out t-shirts being put to good use at a community project in Ghana

The project enabled us to recycle a large amount of t-shirts, as well as giving something back to the community. If you would like to find out more about Farm4Life and how you can help with sustainable projects, visit their website at: farm4life.org.

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