Homeless World Cup

Intrigued to find out more? Click here for the official Homeless World Cup website.

5 a side Competition

Fundraising 5 a side competition was held on 12 August and raised over £650. A full report on the evening's activities is online now. Click here to read it. Photos are also available to view - Click here to see them.

Just Giving

If you are able to donate, please visit my Just Giving page at www.justgiving.com/worldcupwilly.
Every pound you give will go towards changing people's lives and will be greatly appreciated. Thank you :)

Keep up to date

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Quick Note

Just a quick note to prevent any confusion: I'm not associated with, nor am I trying to pass myself off as, World Cup Willie, the 1966 World Cup Mascot. He's much more popular and handsome than I could ever be. If you want to find out more about him click here

Thanks

Thank you to everyone who has sponsored me and helped me raise money to fund this event. Every pound you give goes towards giving people new opportunities in their lives and is sincerely appreciated.

Thanks must go to the following people and organisations also:

Image2 Photography, Rickmansworth – thank you for the photo shoot
KMF (Precision Sheet Metal) Ltd, Stoke on Trent – thank you for the donation
HM Aircooling, High Wycombe – thank you for entering a team into the 5 a side tournament
De Lage Landen Leasing Ltd, Watford – thank you for entering a team into the 5 a side tournament
Fabulous Bakin’ Boys, Oxfordshire – thank you for the muffins and flapjacks for the tournament snacks
Wimbledon Dogs, London – thank you for the raffle prize
King of Shaves, Bucks – thank you for the raffle prize
Watford Palace Theatre, Watford – thank you for the raffle prize
Aro Sports, Herts – thank you for the raffle prize
Bauer Media, London – thank you for the raffle prize
Watford Palace TheatreJames Hollman at Ipswich Town FC – thank you for the raffle prize

What is this all about?

This is all about creating new futures for people ... through football. It's simple! And more than 500 people from across the world will have the opportunity by taking part in the 2010 Homeless World Cup. The event raises awareness of homelessness globally and drives people to change their lives with new health, jobs, homes, families and more. If you'd like to sponsor me, please click here.

Who am I?

I'm Wil, a football fan ... and now a volunteer at the 2010 Homeless World Cup. I've taken on the challenge of volunteering for the 2010 Homeless World Cup to combine my passion for football with a desire to help others. I'll be getting my hands dirty at the event, helping in a whole range of ways (lugging around equipment, directing teams, talking to the press, compiling results, writing blogs and more). It's a fantastic opportunity to get involved and to make a difference to so many other people's lives.