OKAHANDJA, Mar. 16 – Last weekend, former professional players from Global United assisted in several activities in Okahandja, the host town of the 2018 FNB Global United Climate Kick.
Revonia Kahivere, CSI Manager at FNB Namibia explained that the Khaibasen Community Centre project had been identified beforehand as needing assistance and the Global United team jumped at the opportunity to make a visible and tangible difference in the lives of the Khaibasen Community.
“This centre, which is situated in the Nau-Aib Blikkiesdorp needed some hands-on work on the ablution facilities, levelling an area flooded by the river, and a playground. We also lent a hand with a soup kitchen, where FNB team members and the retired soccer players and their spouses, jumped in to prepare food and donated kitchenware to 53 learners and another 100 homeless children from the dumpsite. All the hard work and donations were well received by His Worship Congo Hindjou, Mayor of Okahandja who expressed his sincere gratitude.”