Moving the Goalposts from Kilifi is among six projects selected to contest in the Citizen Giving campaign, a project by Manchester City Football group. MTG is the only project in Africa contesting in the campaign that will see them share £400,000(Ksh 52.7 million) with the other five projects.
Manchester City Football Group in England and its partners have pledged to Cityzens Giving campaign, which will fund community football projects delivered by inspiring young leaders who are attempting to tackle pressing societal issues.
Moving the Goalposts provides girls & young women with HIV education through football.
Fans are encouraged to log on to: www.mancity.com/cityzensgiving to vote.
By 4pm on Tuesday, Moving The Goal Posts was at position three with 7,900 votes while Water Goals from Bangalore was at number one with 11, 000 votes.
Other projects that have been included are Manchester City Girls from England that provides girls-only football sessions, building confidence and leadership skills, New York City’s Soccer Bloc from USA that uses street soccer to bring children from different communities together, I Speak Football from Melbourne, Australia that uses football to help young people make friends & get help with school, Water Goals from Bangalore that combines football with safe water education to keep kids healthy and in school and finally Projeto Gol from Sao Paolo, Brazil that uses football to help kids do better in school & improve their life skills.
Cityzens Giving is asking Cityzens to decide how Manchester City will split £400,000 across six community football projects around the world. Fans are encouraged to vote for their favourite project and could win a signed Aguero shirt.