MUFC kit arrives in South Dakota thanks to Microcare Systems
24th January 2012
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Microcare Systems have kindly donated a full set of Manchester United football kits to Albion High School, Salford who sent it out to a Native Indian School in South Dakota as part of their ‘culture box’ project. The project aims to unite schools, educate on cultures and build on historical links.

Shown here wearing the kit are the children from the Red Cloud Indian School who received the ‘culture box’.

Carl Lowe, Managing Director at Microcare says

"It’s great to see the kids so happy and we are pleased to be part of the scheme being run with Albion High School in Salford. As I have said before, football is a great way of communicating, kids just love kicking a ball about, that's the way they communicate - no preconceptions, no judgments.“

Microcare work with many schools in the North West and with several of the local councils providing their telephone and IT communication systems and were keen to see what they could give back.

For further information please contact Carl Lowe on 0161 763 8817.

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