Wanderers welcomed the Spratley Charity Foundation to this weekend’s game with Morecambe as Sullay Kaikai helped with the delivery of around 100 Chairboys kits that will be shipped out to Sierra Leone.
The 26-year-old, who was born in London to parents hailing from Sierra Leone, has been called up to represent the West African country in the October friendlies against South Sudan, The Gambia and Morocco.
Ahead of Saturday's fixture, we welcomed the Spratley Charity Foundation who do amazing work with children in Sierra Leone through a variety of projects. Sullay met with founder Mark Spratley, his two children, Denham and Maya, and Byron Cole, International Director of the charity, who were presented with a donation of Wycombe kits. The four then reconvened in Monty’s Bar after the match where Anthony Stewart joined them to sign a number of shirts to raise money through auction.
The Spratley Foundation has been involved in collaborations with music artists, TV personalities and athletes to raise money and awareness for a variety of charitable projects. We invite any Chairboys fans that wish to donate to visit their website at https://spratleycharityfoundation.com/donate.
A huge thank you Sullay and Anthony for helping with the donation and to Mark and his guests for coming to Adams Park to share with us the excellent work they do. We wish them all the best for their future projects.