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The Mulchand Foundation’s Generosity Helps Secure Men’s Euros Place



The England Amputee Football Association would like to express their gratitude to The Mulchand Foundation for their generous support, allowing the Men’s national team to compete among Europe’s elite.


Their vital £6,000 donation allowed the EAFA to enrol and secure the Nations League Champions participation in this summer’s European Championships in Evian, France.


Speaking on behalf of EAFA, Owen Coyle said: “I would like to extend our sincerest gratitude for the support we have received from The Mulchand Foundation. 


"Venika and Sanjay stepped in at a vital time to ensure that the Foundation’s generosity enabled us to submit our tournament participation fee and guarantee our place in Europe’s biggest international tournament. 


Once again, we are truly grateful for the support received and we [EAFA] look forward to building on this relationship in the future.”


Across all EAFA’s programmes, our position as a charity meant the squads place in the competition was at risk due to costs. Likewise, the foundation stepped in to help at a pivotal point during EAFA’s fundraising efforts.


Based in Leigh, Greater Manchester, Mulchand generously supports fellow charities with grants and donations in their time of need. In doing so, the foundation is helping many others to make a difference throughout England and Wales.


EAFA thanks The Mulchand Foundation for their great help in giving our Men’s national team a platform to compete on the European stage.


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