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KitAid to benefit from latest Rams’ Shirt Amnesty
Saturday, January 14 2012

RamsTrust is promoting the latest football shirt ‘amnesty’, which is a partnership between Derby County FC and environmental services company Veolia. The partnership will provide clothing to those in need in Africa, Asia and South America.

Veolia WaterVeolia Environmental Services has teamed with Derby County this week to kick off the latest ‘amnesty’ initiative, which will run from January 14th-31st. 2012.

More information about the partnership is given here:,,10270~2567291,00.html If you have unwanted Rams shirts - or any other football shirts lurking unused in your wardrobe or loft - you can donate them to the cause. Please deposit them at the drop-off point in ShopDCFC at Pride Park Stadium between the dates shown.

Derby County and Veolia also co-operate to promote efforts to promote environmental awareness in schools via the ‘Carbon Bootprint’ initiative. Veolia’s marketing & communications director Kevin Hurst oversees the company’s active fundraising on behalf of many causes, and Veolia’s charity of the year is Mind.Stoke City shirts finding a good use in Uganda

Yes, those are Stoke City kits worn by Stegota FC of Kampala in Uganda in the photo - Mr Hurst is a Potters fan but has promised to send photos of youngsters in Derby shirts as soon as possible!

KitAid - whose patron is Graham Taylor OBE - has distributed over 100,000 football kits in dozens of countries since another Veolia employee, Derrick Williams OBE, initiated the charity 14 years ago. Read more about the excellent work carried out by KitAid here:

RamsTrust initiated a shirt amnesty back in 2009, when unwanted DCFC t-shirts and tops were collected, donated and passed to charities and children’s funds. The shirts were then distributed far and wide through voluntary work in Tanzania and Ethiopia. Not all the shirts collected at that time were allocated - so the remainder will be donated to the latest Veolia-DCFC amnesty.

Have a look through your wardrobe and dust off that unused football shirt now! Your old Derby shirt could soon be worn again and enjoyed by someone thousands of miles from Pride Park Stadium and the global reach of Derby County FC will stretch even further!

Please donate a shirt to this month’s amnesty by dropping your garment into the club shop between 14th-31st January - and help to give kit aid where it is most needed.

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