We are delighted to welcome Prime Insurance Company Limited to the Futurestars family as Partners. Prime Insurance is based in Accra and is a full service insurance company offering a broad range of products and services to enable you to effectively manage your personal and business risk. “Prime Insurance Company was formed on the core […]Read more
Some great updates from coaches Wilson and Silas in Tema.. Early morning PE and sports has made a real difference to attendance. P E Session (Bendball game) at TWEDAASE PRIMARY SCHOOL @futurestars15 @donsilas84 #changinglives #inspiringyoungpeople #encouragingvalues pic.twitter.com/jKaJ3xX1GV — Burton Wilson (@BurtonWilson9) June 4, 2018Read more
Football Kit Amnesty
May and June 2018 Futurestars Charity has teamed up with Total Football (Ipswich) and Sportsmed East (Rushmere St Andrew), to collect unwanted football kit and boots to send to Ghana and Togo. The donated kit will be used for the local schools and children who need it most. Full or part kits, including shirts, shorts, […]Read more
Futurestars achieves UK Charity Registration!
We’re delighted to announce that Futurestars has been granted UK charitable status, charity number 1177808. Futurestars applied to the Charity Commission, the Regulator for Charities in England and Wales, to be legally registered in order to allow the project to expand fund raising activities and bring new partners on board. The project was started […]Read more
Togo boys selected for National Team
Futurestars Ambassador and lead coach Titus Bramble spent three weeks in Ghana and Togo working with the teams at the end of March. During his visit five players from the Futurestars Agoe team in Lomé were selected to play for the Togo National Team. Following on from the Girls’ success last month this is another […]Read more