When Judith Heard Melted Hearts Of Young Ones In Kaazo After Donating Sports Items For Children

Last week we reported here that Judith Heard after dazzling on runways and featuring for years on the fashion scene now wants the world to also see and appreciate her other side – the softer side that not so many have embraced yet.

Using her Charity organization The Judith Hear Foundation, the veteran model has been involved in a lot of Charity work in recent times with the latest being her partnership with Volf Soccer Academy where they have been promoting and nurturing young talent in sports.

Last week, she donated an assortment of sports items especially soccer boots, balls and jerseys to young budding players which she received from Volf Soccer Academy based in Canada and Czech Republic and promised to even continue with the good deeds after receiving more items.

“Sports build good habits, confidence, and discipline. They make players into community leaders and teach them how to strive for a goal, handle mistakes, and cherish growth opportunities” Heard said.

Judith Heard connects with children at Kaazo after she visited them on Sunday.

She lived up to her promise when on Sunday October 20th 2019, she, together with her team embraced a wet Sunday afternoon to visit and hand over an assortment of the similar items to enthusiastic young footballers at Kaazo Day and Boarding Primary School in Kaazo zone, Kawembe division.

The management of the school and local leaders who were present expressed their gratitude towards the cause and promised to make good use of the items. Heard was then seen joking with the children and having having a light moment in their sports ground moment as curious onlookers gathered to watch.

She donated soccer balls, jerseys and and other garments to the children.

Volf Academy led by founder Libor Volf Founder are also planning to set up an academy in Uganda in the near Future as preparations are in high gear. In their last meeting the two sides discussed the impact of sports and soccer as a whole and drew plans on how to promote the sport amongst the young men and women of Uganda.









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