A 4-year-old from Milton Keynes is set to participate in a 24-hour charity football marathon in aid of Humanity First’s clean water solutions for villages in Africa. Waleed Ahmad, a four-year-old nursery pupil at St Mary’s Primary School in Milton Keynes, will be participating in 24-Hour Charity Football Marathon by playing for one hour, and is aiming to raise £1000 for the cause. Waleed has already raised more than £500 and is training daily for his challenge. The 24-hour charity football marathon is an action-packed event, featuring non-stop football matches with teams competing around the clock. Participants can expect a fun-filled day of football, camaraderie, and community spirit, all for a great cause.
Funds raised from the event will provide relief for children and go towards Humanity First’s clean water solutions for villages in Africa, providing access to clean and safe drinking water. Luqman Bajwa, the national vice president of the AMYA and the lead organiser of the “Mercy 4 Mankind” charity events said: “We are grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with Watford FC CSE Trust and Humanity First for this wonderful event. As a youth organization committed to serving humanity, we are excited to contribute to the charitable efforts and make a positive difference in communities.”