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Cambridge Fans United are busy working with the RAF on a project to help recyle old football shirts and kits. The trust is encouraging anyone with an old shirt to donate it to the appeal.

The RAF’s involvement in this sort of project has been historic and they have run appeals like this since since 2006, “… delivering over 172,000 items of football kit to 53 countries worldwide”.

CFU decided to partner with the RAF because:

“As part of the global football family [they] want to show that caring for others is part of the DNA of Cambridge Utd!”

The appeal ends on the 31st October, so if you can, please help them on their mission to collect as many shirts as possible.

To read more information about the appeal and the trust, please click here.

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