Kevin Masaba (Radiocity Programmes Director), Brian Umony and Bet Lion's Lionel Kabenge

Uganda Cranes star Brian Umony is scheduled to donate to the underprivileged in Bukoto and surrounding areas under the his charity foundation Brian Umony Foundation.

Brian Umony (left) with Lionel Kabenge during the press conference at Nakawa on Tuesday, 11th June 2019

Umony cherishes passionate giving and has already garnered support from several stakeholders to make the day a success.

The drive was launched on 11th June and will take place on 15th June.

Last year, Umony carried out the Naguru Give Back and will this time take to Bukoto. Besides sharing the basics of football to youngsters, this year’s drive has been spiced up by a visit to Bukoto Health Center where a cleaning exercise, donation of mama kits and career guidance session will be executed, all at free costs.

Umony will be accompanied by fellow national team players as Savio Kabugo, Baker Lukooya, Ivan Bukenya, Brian Majwega among others.

These will help conduct a football clinic with thorough drills intended to inspire these players.

A selected community in Mulimira will receive an assortment of football equipment.

“I take pride in hosting a signature charity event annually and we always look forward to the hustle and bustle that comes with it,” Brian Umony told Airtel Football.

“The Brian Umony Foundation is a registered Non-profit Organization with a core aim of nurturing talent from under privileged areas across the country.

“We have done several outreach programmes across the country but most notably, the successfully organized Naguru Give Back in 2018 stands out.

“Naguru Echo FC and Naguru Remand home, a place where juveniles are kept were beneficiaries but we realized the problem was not only in Naguru but across the country hence the desire to visit Bukoto and give back.

Counselors and community workers joins Brian Umony to show off the mama kits that will be donated to expected mothers

“Just like Naguru, Bukoto is also a breeding ground of a lot of talent we have seen a few talented kids make it. We believe there is more hence the need to visit and help them make better career choices in life.”