“Once again the kids thought these shirts were fantastic, they really liked the colours and the older ones loved the little nicknames on the back. The kids were asking me where Mosman is and have stated there own little investigations into the place and people and so forth. Even the sponsors got the attention of the kids. The older kids really appreciated these shirts because they are good quality and it is something that they
Great to hear from our good friends in far North Queensland. It is nice to see kids in remote communities getting joy from these tremendous soccer kits donated by clubs in the Sydney area. The PE Department are really happy to continue our links with Kit Bag For Kids Limited this year. They provide hundreds of free kits for our ‘Athlete of the Week’ rewards. The student’s are thrilled with the kits.” Marc Sterling, PE
Kit Bag For Kids works with the wonderful people at Mainsbridge School who enrol students with moderate to severe intellectual difficulties. We delivered these smart kits, balls and boots just in time for an inter-school soccer event. Great kids and great teachers. We look forward to visiting again in the future.
“Through your kind donation we have been able to provide a local rugby union club in the Illawarra “the Southern Crushers” with a set of jerseys for their junior team to use at training. Their President and Secretary have expressed their sincere thanks to Clovelly Eagles and Kit Bag For Kids. The Southern Crushers Rugby Club have only formed this season to provide the local children with an opportunity to try the sport; with a
Kit Bag For Kids teamed up with the wonderful people at John Moriarty Football to distribute some of the Football kits, boots and balls kindly donated by Easts FC and Maroubra United. The girls and boys pictured are from the Borroloola community, a town in NT on the McArthur River and are taking part in a soccer camp facilitated by JMF. JMF Football Coaches reported that the children were extremely excited to wear the soccer
This programme, run by Red Dust Role Models, works to impart important woman-centric health messages and provide safe yarning-type circles to combat and address woman’s health for better general health and pre-natal. Sports gear fosters and promotes the essence of the programme, teamwork.
“Our students love to be part of a team and these jerseys really help establish the values which we are trying to develop within our school.” Gavin Morris, Wellbeing Coordinator