Sporting Influence Shoe Bank

When you hear the word shoe bank, you probably think of world famous boxer turned coach Chris Eubank.

Here at Sporting Influence we are doing something special… We’re not giving to Chris Eubank, multimillionaire boxer. Instead we are giving to the young children of Bombo – Uganda, not a penny to their name or a shoe on their feet.

Our journey began when Charlie, son of Dave Moss, visited Uganda with his school. He suddenly realised that life isn’t always easy or fair, there were children walking round without shoes on their feet or shirts on their backs.

As part of the trip with the school, they take over any unwanted or outgrown shoes, trainers, flip flops etc. With the help of Charlie we are going to be aiding the school and asking for any unwanted, outgrown footwear to be dropped in our Shoe Bank at our Activity Camps. These will then be donated to Bombo, Uganda, where we will hopefully be able to give a child their first steps to success.

Keep an eye peeled at camp and let’s make a difference!!!


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