Former Bucs Star Donates Kit To Rural School
Former Orlando Pirates player Marshall Munetsi has not forgotten where he is coming from and donated soccer kit as well as some balls to the school in his home village.
The 24-year-old, who is now on the books of Ligue 1 side Reims, is currently back in his home country Zimbabwe and showed his generous side.
He visited the Kadyamadare School last week before returning to the school with some soccer kit and balls, sourced throughout the Marshall Munetsi Foundation.
“From my last week’s visit to Kadyamadare Primary School (Chikwaka), my rural home, we had a discussion with the school authorities, and they spelled out their need for soccer uniforms and soccer balls,” Munetsi said, as per New Zimbabwe.
“Yesterday, we donated two sets of uniforms and eight soccer balls. Thank you to Sagewood Inc, a Marshall Munetsi Foundation partner for sponsoring the uniforms and balls.”
His foundation pays school fees for underprivileged children at Mabvuku and Donnybrook Primary Schools.
He also donated food hampers to some members of his home community during the height of the Covid-19 lockdown.
Munetsi was on the books of Pirates between 2016 and 2019, but was twice loaned out to Baroka, before joining Reims on a free transfer. He made 30 appearances for the Ligue 1 side in all competitions in 2020/21.