Street Football Aotearoa

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Street Football Aotearoa is a Charitable Trust which aims to support homeless and excluded people to train for and participate in the Homel

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We are currently fundraising to support a New Zealand team participate in the 8th International Homeless World Cup in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in September 2010.

The Homeless World Cup aims to challenge stereotyping about homelessness, exclusion and poverty. Over 70% of players who take part make significant changes to their lives - repairing relationships, getting a home or job. Team New Zealand returned from participation in 2008's tournament with the Best Newcomers trophy.

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  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 04 Dec 2015

    $20

    $20

  • Catherine

    Catherine on 28 Jun 2010

    $25

    This is a wonderful initiative. Good Luck!

    $25

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 24 Jun 2010

    $30

    $30

  • Mike

    Mike on 23 Jun 2010

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    Happy to support this. We're all proud of the All Whites at the moment, let's put that into action and help NZ's Homeless World Cup guys get the experience of a lifetime.

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  • Lesley

    Lesley on 17 Jun 2010

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    This a great project - I've seen the difference it makes. Please support it.

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