Hall-Of-Famer and Guyana’s International Football Ambassador, Alex Bunbury, unveiled yet
another philanthropic initiative to support the development of sports at the youth and grassroots levels in Guyana. The ABSAA Sporting Goods Collection and Distribution Drive will ensure young Guyanese athletes, especially those in underserved communities, are equipped with the right training gear and equipment to optimize preparation and performance in the primary competitive sports of Guyana: cricket, football, basketball, rugby, track and field, cycling, boxing and tennis.
Mr. Bunbury intends to leverage his international fame and contacts to generate ongoing donations of new and gently-used sporting goods via targeted collection and distribution centers strategically located in select international cities such as Brooklyn, Atlanta, Washington DC, Montreal, Toronto, Houston, Atlanta, Minneapolis, Kansas City, London, Lisbon and Madeira. The donations will be shipped periodically from these global centers to a local center in Georgetown, Guyana where arrangements will be made for needs-based distribution. Communities and organizations seeking gear and equipment will be required to complete and submit a request for review and approval by designated ABSAA officials in Guyana. For more details on this and other ABSAA initiatives, please visit www.ABSAA.org.
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