Soccer Balls Donation From Alive And Kicking

Alive and Kicking make durable sports balls in Kenya, Zambia and Ghana, keeping adults in employment, helping children play, and raising health awareness through sport.



Today we received 17 quality balls that were given to each team participating in the ongoing Mathare North Festive Season Soccer Tournament (MNFSST-2018 featuring under 12 years).

We are grateful to join their list of communities who have received soccer balls as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). If you have a sports club we would encourage you to buy your balls at Alive and Kicking, they make quality balls, create employment and also donated balls to schools, disadvantaged communities and youth teams around the world.

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At Wilsen Initiative (Wi)

Our Main Gooal ;

  1.  We use soccer to drive forward social change.
  2. Networking with other youth-led groups to foster peace and other social activities using soccer.
  3. Use soccer as an agent for change whereby facilitating the teams in local and regional tournaments.
  4. Using soccer as a tool to drive positive social transformation.
  5. Learning other life-skills through soccer for example leadership and self esteemIn case you want to make a contribution our doors are still open.
  6. Mobilize resources for U12, U14 and U16 clubs/ teams.

Make a Donation: Do you want to be part of the community helping young soccer talent reach to stardom? Here is a list you can choose from; 

  1. Soccer boots / shoes.
  2. Soccer balls
  3. Uniforms
  4. Training bibs.
  5. Training Cons
  6. Training hours
  7. Facilitate outdoor trip for the team (exposure visits and friendly matches).
  8.  Resource Mobilization. (time and expertise)

We always mobilize for soccer resources for youth teams/clubs in our neighborhood dating from the last 9 years of our establishment.

Let us know if you would like to add anything to our resource kitty .
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Mathare North Festive Super Tournament 3rd Edition 2014 – 2015.

This is an annual tournament that is organized by the Wilsen Initiative (Wi) and the youth in the community. The tournament always kicks off on 26th December with the finals played on the new year’s celebrations on 1st January. The main objective is to connect the community through soccer during the holiday and beyond, we recognized that not all people travel out of the city during the long festive seasons due to one reason or the other and this leaves the youth with nothing to do but to indulge in other activities that doesn’t add value to their lives.

In this tournament every team is a winner with the main focus not being cash rewards but rather building lasting relationships that will foster peaceful co-existing of people of different communities. This year’s theme was connecting community through soccer and talent display. In a great way we thank all the organizing committee who dedicated their time, skills and resources like making fixtures, communication, officiating etc, all the teams and their supporters for maintaining discipline, peace and fair play through the tournament.


The tournament was a great success! More than 300 spectators per day, 30+ matches, 16 teams, More than 300 soccer players, More than 60hrs of community service!

“A LINE starts with a DOT, to align your life you should always start from somewhere and leave a mark” – Wilson Masaka founder at Wilsen Initiative (Wi)

Join us in preparation for the 4th edition of the tournament scheduled for 26th December 2015 to 1st January 2016.


– Donate time and expertise.
– Share your network.
– Collaborate with us in hosting a youth program.
And many more…

Join us  in our programs that involves;
1. short technical training ( workshops)
2. educational excursions
3. Featuring stories of the youth ( Story Yangu)
4. Organizing the annual Mathare North Festive Season Super Tournament.
5. Inspirational talks.

And many more courtesy of Wilsen Initiative model (ICE = Inspiration, Connection and Education)

Inquire for more information at or