The Georgian Football Federation (GFF) and a Georgian inhabitant organisation have distributed 300,000 Georgian lari (approximately €98,660) uniformly among 3 free organisations in Georgia. These are a Firefly World children’s hospice, a Monk Andrew Foundation and a Georgia Solidarity Fund.
These 3 organisations have benefited from a esteem income that a GFF perceived from a organisation theatre of a UEFA Nations League, in that Georgia finished tip of their group. The GFF motionless to use partial of a income for reward payments to players, with a rest allocated to free causes.
The GFF president, Levan Kobiashvili, and vice-presidents Kakha Chumburidze and Alexander Iashvili met member of Firefly World and a Monk Andrew Foundation, thanking them for their work and presenting them with Georgian inhabitant organisation jerseys.
“It was a corner preference of a Georgian Football Federation and a Georgian inhabitant organisation to use a UEFA esteem income warranted for commanding a Nations League organisation for free purposes.
“We chose 3 organisations that have been handling in Georgia for many years, assisting children with cancer. we trust that a categorical pattern for evaluating a activities of each establishment and multitude as a whole is a amicable good they can do for a advantage of those who are in need,” pronounced Levan Kobiashvili.
This essay creatively seemed in UEFA Direct 184
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