Hibernian Community Foundation are delighted to announce that we are now a Kit Aid Ambassador Club. 

This follows on from the great work of academy player Lily Dickson collecting unwanted kit from the Hibernian Girls Academy players and staff. Kit Aid is a charity set up by, Derrick Williams MBE, who visited Tanzania in 1998. Derrick, was amazed at the reception he received from children and adults in remote villages just because he wearing his favourite football shirt. KitAid has lots of volunteers and to date they’ve sent out 700,000+ kits to children and adults in 55 different countries across the world.

Joelle Murray, Girls Academy Manager said

"Kit Aid are a fantastic organisation who distribute old kit to the world's poorest countries, we are delighted to align ourselves with them and become an 'Ambassador Club'. We hope that our donation will made a big impact to those less fortunate and look forward to continuing this support each year."

Lewis Melee, Chief Executive Officer added

We are delighted to be working with Kit Aid to redistribute Hibernian Community Foundation clothing around the world. A big well one to the players within our Girls Community Academy for sharing these resources on and helping young people in the world poorest countries.