The football club announced a $100,00 donation in equipment Monday.
“As we emerge from the pandemic, we encourage everyone, especially youth to get involved in football which is truly the most inclusive sport – there is a position on the football field for everyone,” said Bomber’s president and CEO, Wade Miller, in a release.
The Winnipeg Football Club is donating $100,000 of equipment to youth football including 220 new helmets for high school and women’s football programs.
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“Whether it’s a tackle or flag league, check with your community club for information on how join.”
The club says the donation includes 220 new helmets for high school and women’s football programs.
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