Champion Ganda, born on 19th September 1995 was a 17-year-old boy who loved his family, music, and football. He had an aspiring future ahead of him with his football career taking off at the age of 8 but sadly his life was cut short in May 2013.
Involved in a traumatic incident that took place in Forest Gate, Newham, Champion was stabbed 11 times. His futile death absolutely devastated his family and loved ones and as a result his mother, Peguy, has made it her mission to help and support families who have gone through similar experiences in honour of her son.
Pegu's experience is the strong asset and driving force to support families and individuals who are directly impacted by knife crime. Her mission is also to bring awareness of these issues with the aim of preventing gang and youth crime in our communities as well as help to build the futures of young individuals.
Champion's passion has always been to support an orphanage in Congo. By funding this project you will enable his legacy to live on. Help us meet our goal to build an orphanage.