- Football Initiative
Floor Coverings and Football Uniforms
Two pallets of floor coverings were received 29 October 2017 at the main warehouse of Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation in Iraqi Kurdistan.
62 players of Erbil’s Sports Club receive new Adidas football shoes donated from an organization in the UK and distributed by Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation.
Volunteers in Kurdistan
It has been another momentous day at Kawrgosk Refugee Camp in Erbil Province. Volunteers Ture, Ole and Per Ove from Europe have arrived here to play a little football & distribute 20 packages of football kits.
Delivery of Football Pitches
We’re feeling excited today at Bring Hope because we’ve just received a delivery from 3G Pitches at our HQ in Amsterdam. The packages contain the materials for two brand football pitches that we will building in Kurdistan
Kevin Campbell & Thomas Campbell on Sputnik RT
The Campbell brothers are bringing their love of football to the killing fields of Iraq - with Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation - so we invited them into the Sputnik studio to tell us more about their post-game endeavours.
Footballers, Rappers and Milk Powder, Who Knew?
Another momentous day at Harsham Refugee Camp in Erbil Province, the return of former UK footballer Kevin Campbell along with yet another celebrity, international rap star K2Rhym who climbs Arabic music charts as the top rapper.
First Football Pitch Inaugurated
Excitement was palpable amid the children and adults alike as the very first football pitch was to be inaugurated by a real celebrity. Indeed, former UK footballer Kevin Joseph Campbell was present at Harsham Camp in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan for this historic event. Kevin’s participation and heartfelt compassion shined through to all present at this event. He knows all too well how football changes lives.
Dwight Yorke and BHHF Football Initiative
Dwight Yorke The former footballer, Dwight Yorke who had a successful career playing for Aston Villa, Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers, Birmingham City, Sydney FC and Sunderland, mainly as a forward in the years between 1988 and 2009 has taken a leading role in working with Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation’s (BHHF) Football Initiative.
Giving a small team of IDP’s the ability to play sports
“We have been here more than two years, this is the first time we have received any help, thank you Bring Hope.” Coach Ahmad is referring to the 150 footballers from six teams in Kirkuk who received Adidas football boots from Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation.