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Dolphin Hosts Fifth Annual 5-a-Side Tournament

21st August 2018 | By Jaklien van Melick

 

Travel Technology company Dolphin Dynamics are gearing up for their fifth annual 5- a-side football tournament in aid of Just a Drop.

This year the event takes place on the 13th of September at Rocks Lanes in Barnes and features TTG Media as the headline sponsor.

TTG Media will be competing in the event alongside teams from across the travel industry, including Caribtours, Travel Nation, Trailfinders, Exodus Travel, Intrepid Travel, Do Something Different, Kirker Holidays and ATD Travel Services.

Chuck Richardson, MD of Dolphin Dynamics said: “With more travel companies wanting to participate in the “Dolphin Fives” football tournament than ever before, this event continues to grow and raise money and awareness for Just a Drop. I look forward to a fun evening in support of this remarkable charity and wonder whether Trailfinders will be able to defend their title against such strong competition!”

Brendan Hanlon, Head of Fundraising and Communications at Just a Drop, said: ‘Thank you to Dolphin Dynamics for your committed support of Just a Drop, and thank you to everyone who will be putting their football skills to the test! There are still 844 million people globally who don’t have access to safe water, so we’re very grateful for your fundraising efforts which will support us to bring much needed safe water, hygiene and sanitation projects to communities across the world, transforming lives.’


About Just a Drop

Just a Drop brings sustainable safe water, sanitation and hygiene projects to communities around the world.

Safe water changes everything. It improves health, education, women’s rights, leads to secure food sources, economic growth and brighter futures. It completely transforms lives, especially those of women and children.

They work with communities to implement solutions which best suit their needs, such as rainwater harvesting systems, wells, sand dams, water distribution systems, biosand filters, latrines, and sanitation and hygiene training. They’ve recently developed food security and micro-finance programmes, which further support community development and economic growth.

Just a Drop has reached over 1.4 million people in 32 countries since they began in 1998.

You can find more info on the Just a Drop website.