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Zimbabwe Clinic 2013

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Isaac Donkor and two of our Board members ran a fun Tennis clinic in Zimbabwe in July for over 60 children. The foundation has been running these clinics fro the last 4 years and are always very popular with the children, who look forward to it every year. The Foundation distributed two large bags of sports clothing and equipment aswell as food during the day. Thank you to Cheretzi School for allowing us to use their courts and to the Malilangwe Trust for sponsoring the event, providing the food for everyone.


Zimbabwe Clinic July 2012

Dottie, Isaac and Paul in Zimbabwe.    

The Foundation  ran a clinic in Zimbabwe in July for around 90 school children. Isaac, Dottie and Scott put together a fun filled day with the help of some of our top sponsors. The children had a great day learning tennis techniques and playing games aswell as getting lunch provided courtesy of Mr Jones.

Isaac had also collected new and gently used sports clothing and shoes aswell as rackets. which he distributed amongst the children.

The Foundation is now looking towards its next Official clinic in Ghana which will take place at the end of October. Please help us make this the most successful by donating money or equipment to our cause.



The Donkor Foundation conducted its third and biggest clinic in October/November 2011 at the Accra Sports stadium and for the first time branched out to Kumasi to reach out to more kids. The Clinics were a huge success with over 150 children attending over the two weekends in Accra and around 70 children attending in Kumasi over two days.

Isaac Donkor, the founder of the DTEF, travelled to Ghana armed with over 100 donated rackets, 2000 tennis balls and donated sports wear and shoes to give as prizes. The trip lasted for two weeks with Isaac conducting coaches workshops with ten DTEF coaches to broaden their knowledge in coaching, ready for our facility and programmes to begin.

The kids had so much fun which was captured in these pictures…




Action in Accra Clinic, November 2011