K4L donates to school in Top4 initiative
Kick4Life together with Metropolitan Lesotho, Standard Lesotho Bank and Premier League Managing Committee visited Thetsane High School on Friday morning to donate School packages to the students.
This is an initiative from the sponsors of the Independence Cup - Metropolitan Lesotho and Standard Lesotho Bank - where they encourage football clubs to be engaged with the community.
Speaking at the event, the Director of Football Chris Bullock said Kick4Life is dedicated to social change. “Our aim is to change the lives of young Basotho and being at Thetsane today reflects clearly on what we do at Kick4Life. We want to see the lives of Basotho children changing for the better, and of course we could have not done it today without the help of Metropolitan Lesotho and Standard Lesotho Bank,” he said.
Pete Fleming, K4L Cofounder, was also present: "We are delighted to be a part of this initiative, working as part of the wider football industry to make a difference for these students."
A total of 31 students were the recipients of school parcels, with 21 receiving uniform packages while 10 students saw their school fees being paid for. On behalf of the sponsors, Thato Kolobe from Standard Lesotho Bank said this is a good initiative the Top 4 teams are engaging in.
“Last week, we travelled to TY with Lioli and Mafeteng with Bantu still on the same programme, and today we are also here with Kick4Life. We want to encourage you students to work hard on your studies and reach greater heights,” said Kolobe.