We're all volunteers and we rely 100% on people stepping forward to help us put together our projects, so please join us. Here are some suggestions for ways to get involved.
Run your own micro-project in Malawi
Run your own project, start to finish
Donate a skill
Host a film screening
"My two footballing-mad sons both donated a ball for a tenner and received a personalised photo and message back from Paul Clarke in Malawi showing exactly where and to whom their footballs ended up!... 2 years later, I somehow found myself volunteering to lead the TGFG 2008 project to Uganda!"
"It is a thing of beauty to see playful life come surging back to kids that have been flattened by circumstance. There has to be a pure stream of positivity for these children whether for a moment, a day or for the rest of their lives from something so simple."
“I had a terrific time, a kind of mini adventure holiday with an underlying serious but benevolent purpose” Pete Simmons Read Pete’s story
"Amazing! Exhilarating! and an experience never to EVER be forgotten."
"Being a volunteer for the great football giveaway has been one of the most emotionally challenging but rewarding things I have ever done. Working for the charity is simple, you help raise money to buy balls, you give out the balls. What you learn is the amazingly positive impact such a simple gestures can bring. To travel a whole country spreading such simply pleasure is an experience I will never forget, I love football, I had the chance to play whenever i wanted, now most of the children in Rwanda can do the same. I highly recommend to anyone interested in supporting the charity to do so!"