Nine-year old Hisham Luzige is one among the latest to respond to the Uganda Cranes Initiative (UCI) when he contributed sh2500 to the drive.
Musician Bebe Cool and East Africa Legislative Assembly Member of Parliament Dan Kidega have also added their names on the list. The campaign is intended to supplement FUFA's efforts to facilitate the welfare of the national soccer team, The Cranes who will be involved in the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup that gets underway tomorrow at Namboole.
"We are moving on. Uganda Cranes is for all of us and before we criticise," said Patrick Mugumya, the UCI spokesperson.
Rivonia Suites: Team accommodation
Sheraton Hotel: Laundry lSMS Media: Goalkeeper's gloves and canvas
Lifelink Medical Services: Ambulance Services
Vision Group: sh30m
Hardware World: sh1m
Dan Kidega: sh500000),
Rwenzori: 250 cartons of water
Hema: 50 cartons of water
Bebe Cool: sh500000),
D&J Audio: Public Address Fans Day
Apt Media: Event management Fans Day
Red Pepper, Kamunye, Bukedde, Daily Monitor & New Vision: Media space.
H. Ssekamatte: sh1,000
Dan Makosa: sh10,000
Robert Ssekawa: sh 2,000
Moses Mugisha: sh20,000
Hisham Luzige: sh2,500
Ismail Kawuma sh10,000
Moses Musaasizi: sh10,000
Jodi Creations: sh100,000
Jamil Nsubuga: sh 2,000
Faizo Matovu: sh1,000
Ramla Najjuma: sh100,000
The public can contribute by sending money to Mobile Money number 0788 162 001 with the reason 'Cranes', or can deposit money directly to Standard Chartered Bank, Speke Road Branch, (UGX) A/C: 0105610690400/(USD) A/C: 8705610690400; or Stanbic Bank, Corporate Branch, (UGX) A/C: 140007506601/ (USD) A/C: 0240007506601.
Cash contributions can be received at the New Vision offices on Plot 19/21, First Street, Industrial Area.
Uganda starts her title defence tomorrow with a game against Kenya.