UK charity supports Serua rugby club

The Burenitu Babas rugby club from Ra with their rugby kits that was donated by Travel Teacher Charity Organisation. Picture: SUPPLIED

BURENITU Babas of Nabukelevu village in Ra recently received sporting kits from Travel Teacher charity organization from the United Kingdom (UK).

Founder and director of Travel Teacher, Matt Ray said the charity organization was born out of the desire to provide opportunities for meaningful travel.

“On an annual basis, the charity provides vital human resource and skilled expertise in the form of volunteer teachers to schools in Fiji and have achieved some outstanding outcomes in partnership with local schools in developing student’s personal and social skills, also raising intercultural awareness amongst young people and communities in Fiji,” Ray said.

“Travel Teacher were approached by village member and law student of the University of the South Pacific Avenai Jr, Avenai has been a keen follower of Travel Teacher over the past two years and has provided some local knowledge and support to volunteers on occasions,” he said.

Ray added they are able to support the Burenitu Baba’s through providing funding for the players kits.