Nurturing New Projects
life-enhancing partnerships and projects
As the World Game-Changers movement continues to step into the world, it does so by reflecting immense project diversity. On the one hand, serving 15 semi-professional football apprentices at Carlton Town Football Club in Nottingham, England. We then offer something completely different, with the ‘Ghana Initiative’.
As diverse as our Projects continue to be, they are all united in their loving mission to plant seeds for change, and leave the world a better place…
With stadia starting to open up in the Uk a crowd of 500 is allowed to raise much needed revenue for the club. World Game-Changers have helped to purchase a marquee bar for the club also for refreshments. There is a raffle and auction with fantastic prizes kindly donated by everyone. The event has kindly been sponsored by local companies Gregory House 2 in Carrington, East Midlands Carpets, Trident security and Karl Smith Property Services. Evening entertainment provided by local DJ Sanje Beri with a late bar. A great day for all concerned for a great cause.
Due to Nottingham Forest’s heartfelt generosity, many young children from the village of Jilo in Ghana will benefit from wearing Forest kits, donated by the twice former European Cup Winners – contributing even further to the uplifting and well-being of the local community.
Paul Lowe offers some insight into the significance of this magnanimous donation from his beloved Nottingham Forest:
“I know first-hand the immense positive knock-on effect this will have to these young people in Ghana, when they wear the famous Garibaldi Red of Forest; it becomes so much more than just a football kit. For the youngsters, it emerges as a symbol of love and hope – knowing that ‘strangers’ from thousands of miles away, have compassionately taken them into their hearts.”
Nottingham Forest Football Club director Jonny Owen (top, left) symbolically hands over a Forest shirt to World Game-Changers director Gary Clarke, before the assortment of Forest kit is shipped to Ghana…