Fairtrade Sports Balls Presentations

The Campaign Idea

We recently set ourselves a new target – to provide a Fairtrade sports ball to all six Mossley schools.

This seems to be an all-win situation, promoting Fairtrade, sport (especially following the Olympics), giving a gift to our local schools and supporting the communities who benefit from the sale of these Fairtrade balls.

The School Presentations

In Mossley businesses and community groups have already gone further by providing Fairtrade sports balls to all six Mossley schools. Various local businesses were approached and several kindly agreed to sponsor the balls. Due to the enthusiastic response we were able to present  two Fairtrade sports balls to each school during Fairtrade Fortnight (25th Feb to 10th March 2013). The presentation photos are below.

Business Sponsors

Presenting Thank-you Certificates to Business Sponsors

Presenting Thank-you Certificates to Business Sponsors


Sponsors are DPL Chartered Surveyors, Jurang Fair Trade, Lime Tree Café,  MIDHS, MAM – Melanie Anderson Marketing, Mossley Browser, Mossley Business Network, Mossley Tax Shop, Mossley Traditional Whit Friday Committee, Skools Out and Fairtrade Mossley Steering Group.

Why Fairtrade Balls?

The Fairtrade system gives workers and stitchers in the sports ball industry an opportunity to improve their lives. Wages for hired labour workers must equal at least their country’s national minimum wage. Producers do not use child labour. An additional Fairtrade premium provides funds for community health and education projects.

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