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Weʼre raising £1,500 to help buy tracksuits and various sports jerseys for soccer, volleyball, and netball. Equipment donations are also welcome. Thank you...

Location
Suhum, Eastern Region, Ghana
Category
Sports
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Suhum Vocational/Technical Institute (SUVOTECH) joined other senior high schools in Ghana for an inter-schools sports festival in February last year under a new entrant program.

The Institute had an excellent showing at the competition and hopes to continue participating in it. But to do this, we need to acquire some basic equipment to enable us meet the requirements of participation.

SUVOTECH needs to buy tracksuits to be worn during opening, closing, and medal ceremonies.
We need jerseys and training equipment for Football (Soccer), Volleyball, Netball, and Table Tennis.
These equipment will be the property of the the institute and would be used during sports activities and competitions.

Donation of equipment is also appreciated.
Thank you for your assistance.

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    Dunstan Akoto

    2 months ago

    Dunstan Akoto

    Sports equipment can be donated through the Department of Community Development or to the institute in Suhum. Contact number is 054 855 0654. Thank you for your kindness and support.

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    Dunstan Akoto

    Suhum, Eastern Region, Ghana

    As a member of the school's sports committee, I am eager to motivate our students to participate in sports. One way of doing that is ensuring that there are adequate sporting equipment so students don't have to use the same jersey in two different sporting events.

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