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£1,380
raised of £1,500 target by 21 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,380 to ship tennis equipment and clothing to children in Ghana, West Africa from the UK in collaboration with Tennis Foundation Ghana.

    Canterbury, Kent, UK.
    Funded on Friday, 31st July 2020

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    Story

    Eb Appeti, the founder of The Appeti Tennis Centre needs your help to to provide tennis equipment, balls and clothing for underprivileged children in Ghana, West Africa.

    British born tennis professional, Eb Appeti, will be joining forces with Tennis Foundation Ghana to expand programs benefiting Ghanaian youth.

    Eb, whose father was Ghanaian, is founder of the Appeti Tennis Centre in Canterbury, UK. Appeti Tennis have been providing free and subsidized tennis instruction programs for children in Kent for many years.

    Eb's father, Reg, bought Eb and his three brothers and sister up to believe that help should be given when and if needed. Reg was passionate about his home country and often sent out clothing, shoes, books and other items to help those that could not afford these things.

    So, please donate any tennis equipment you may have and all items will be shipped directly to Ghana so that young children can play tennis.

    Check out this great video from a Tennis Foundation Ghana FUN DAY!

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    • Eb Appeti2 months ago
      Eb Appeti

      Eb Appeti

      2 months ago

      At the start of the year we kicked off our fundraising campaign to help send tennis equipment to the children of Ghana. We shipped our first 2 barrels in January and a further 2 in March, although their journey faltered slightly due to Covid-19, we are pleased to announce that they were opened two weeks ago and the first group of children have received their tennis clothing and equipment. We are excited to show you how your generous donations have been used and we will post up pictures from Ghana every day this week to our Facebook page.

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      9 months ago
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      Eb Appeti

      10 months ago
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      Thanks to everyone who has got us this far!

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    Supporters

    21

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Mar 10, 2020

      £75.00

    • David Fuchs

      David Fuchs

      Mar 6, 2020

      Good luck Eb

      £100.00

    • Chas Appeti

      Chas Appeti

      Feb 8, 2020

      Well done bro xx

      £200.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Feb 8, 2020

      Great idea!

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Feb 7, 2020

      £100.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Feb 3, 2020

      A donation from the Kozlov Family who play at the Tennis Centre!

      £200.00

    • Al, Jon, Twig and David

      Al, Jon, Twig and David

      Jan 25, 2020

      Great thing to do Eb, well done

      £100.00

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    Eb Appeti

    Eb Appeti

    Canterbury, Kent, UK.

    Appeti Tennis was founded in 1998 to provide better opportunities for people to play tennis. For over 20 years we have been helping players of all ages and abilities realise their tennis potential! My father was Ghanaian and we are proud to help support Tennis Foundation Ghana!

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