Meet the young men who have teamed up to make a difference: Ross Garrett, Azaan Khan, Cameron O’Neill and Michael Adamson.
The boys decided to start collecting unused sports equipment so that they could donate it to underprivileged schools where it would be used.
They started out by collecting unused takkies and sports shoes, racquets, bats, hockey sticks, golf clubs, gloves and balls. They have set up a collection point at their school, Bryanston Primary School.
“Just a group of Jozi boys, looking to make a difference in the lives of sport-loving kids who aren’t in a position to kit themselves out.”
The boys research deserving schools and individuals to donate their items to. They have asked schools or individuals that are in need, to come forward so that they can try and assist them.
They are happy with all donations, but the boys ask that they come in usable conditions and are clean as they believe that they people in need, deserve something good too.
If you would like to assist, you can go to the boys Facebook page and get in contact with Paul. It is so refreshing to see young people doing their bit to help out.
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