News HFCA has a whole school full of new friends in Singapore

In keeping with HFCA’s mission to empower, encourage and motivate through football, Dover Court International School, Singapore organised an amazing football tournament with children, Mums Dads and teachers to help raise money for HFCA.

The day was a huge success with families also taking part in netball, archery, gymnastics and tennis. Staff members and the Dover Court Parents Association worked extremely hard behind the scenes to make sure everyone had fun whilst raising awareness of HFCA’s important work.

Dovercourt mothers playing football to raise funds for Cambodian children.

"The Dover Court Association is delighted to donate the proceeds of our Family Sports Day to HFCA and we look forward to hearing more about how the charity is changing lives in Cambodia." Zoe Hancock chair of the Dover Court Parents Association 

HFCA volunteer Sue Easton assist with the children's yoga session.

If this wasn’t enough sport with conscience, Dover Court also delivered the very first whole school Yogathon to help raise funds. Mr Liam Johnson PE teacher did a superb job in leading the organisation of this unique fundraiser, aided by many of the schools other teachers he brought 1,082 children from Nursery –Year 6 to the playing field or school hall to take part in Ms Dobsons wonderful sequence of mindful and uplifting yoga poses and Mr Liperis’ memorable and fun cosmic yoga.

Ash aged 10 added, "It was a great way to make money for HFCA because it helps kids and we had fun, HFCA is a good program because it gives homeless children the chance to play sport who otherwise would not have that opportunity" 

(L to R) HFCA Volunteer Stewart Easton, Dovercourt's Liam Johnston, HFCA Volunteer Sue Easton & Dovercourt Luke Liperis. Sue & Stewart's son Cameron slides in.

"Our children at Dover Court took part in a school Yogathon and a Family Fun Day in order to raise money for HFCA. The money raised will make a life changing difference to children in Cambodia and I cannot wait to hear about the experiences our children have there. A unique opportunity"
Ian Rinaldi, Deputy Head of Primary at Dover Court International School

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