ABOUT

ABOUT

FIRST CHANGE

At Africa on the Ball we know change is hard and that sustainable positive change is really hard. However, we also believe in the power of football to change lives for the better. That’s why we keep our work simple, with clear objectives. We use football to promote positive change: health messages, education, community development, gender equality. We give young people – boys and girls – the chance to play football in a structured way, as part of a team. And as part of that team, we help them to learn new things and give something back to their community through outreach programmes.

THEN DEVELOPMENT

Development is messy. It’s political. To get things done, you need to pick sides. We pick the side of our players and their families. We ask them how we can help. What they need. What the community needs. What matters to them. Africa on the Ball is a team in every sense of the word. We work together to achieve goals as well as score them.

And there’s always room for new teammates!

FIRST CHANGE

THEN DEVELOPMENT

WHERE YOUR DONATIONS GO


01.

Advancing Education

We deliver an educational scholarship fund for community members and are building a community center and library.

02.

Advancing Healthcare

We deliver a nutrition & food programme, delivering first aid courses and running community tournaments promoting health messages, such as HIV/AIDS awareness.

03.

Advancing Enterprise

We aim to support community members into employment and enterprise opportunities.

The result

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Healthy and sustainable communities

01.

Advancing Education

We deliver an educational scholarship fund for community members and are building a community center and library.

02.

Advancing Healthcare

We deliver a nutrition & food programme, delivering first aid courses and running community tournaments promoting health messages, such as HIV/AIDS awareness.

03.

Advancing Enterprise

We aim to support community members into employment and enterprise opportunities.

The result

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Healthy and sustainable communities

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“I really didn’t have to think about saying yes to become a patron of Africa on the Ball because I really believe in what the organisation does. Having been to Zambia, I’ve seen the impact organisations such as Africa on the Ball can have in helping young people. Football can be a great tool to engage young people and help them in all walks of life. I look back with great fondness on my time in Zambia and encourage people to get involved with Africa on the Ball’s work helping to develop education and healthcare in communities through football.”

Jimmy Bone
Former Partick Thistle, St Mirren, Celtic and Hearts
player and former Power Dynamos 
manager

“I really didn’t have to think about saying yes to become a patron of Africa on the Ball because I really believe in what the organisation does. Having been to Zambia, I’ve seen the impact organisations such as Africa on the Ball can have in helping young people. Football can be a great tool to engage young people and help them in all walks of life. I look back with great fondness on my time in Zambia and encourage people to get involved with Africa on the Ball’s work helping to develop education and healthcare in communities through football.”

Jimmy Bone
Former Partick Thistle, St Mirren, Celtic and Hearts
player and former Power Dynamos 
manager

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