Kick Ebola Out
The #KickEbolaOut campaign was launched by Premiership football player Nathaniel Chalobah on Friday 28th November 2014 and aims to raise funds for children orphaned by Ebola in Sierra Leone and Liberia.
Join Nathaniel Chalobah, Hull City Captain Curtis Davies and many others in the #KickEbolaOut movement by simply:
1. Uploading a video of your football skills;
2. Nominating your friends;
Help Street Child transform the lives of thousands of children orphaned by Ebola in West Africa. Click here learn more about Street Child's 3-step strategy to support children orphaned by Ebola.
Like the official #KickEbolaOut Facebook page here.
Download the #KickEbolaOut poster here.
Join the #KickEbolaOut campaign!
It's easy! Follow these steps:
1. Film your football skills
2. Nominate your friends
3. Upload your video
4. Donate to support Ebola orphans by texting EBOLA to 70660 or by clicking the donate button.
Here's a guide on what you might like to say:
"Thank you [nominator’s name] for my nomination to #KickEbolaOut! I would like to nominate [nominee name 1], [nominee name 2], and [nominee name 3]. I will be donating to Street Child’s Ebola Orphan Appeal by texting to 70660 or donating online on www.street-child.co.uk/kickebolaout. Let’s Kick Ebola Out!"
Nathaniel Chalobah's Story
Nathaniel Chalobah is a 19 year old professional football player for Chelsea F.C. and the England U-21 National team. Born in Freetown, Sierra Leone, Nathaniel is very passionate about getting involved in Street Child's support of thousands of children orphaned by Ebola across Sierra Leone and West Africa.
As a mark of his support, Nathaniel launched the #KickEbolaOut campaign and hopes that other professional footballers - along with football fans across the world - will get behind these efforts to help some of the most vulnerable children in West Africa find a more positive way of life.
Nathaniel Chalobah for #KickEbolaOut
Watch Nathaniel's behind the scenes interview where he discusses his reasons for launching the #KickEbolaOut campaign with Street Child
Curtis Davies for #KickEbolaOut for Street Child
Hull City A.F.C. Captain Curtis Davies accepts his #KickEbolaOut nomination from Nathaniel Chalobah (Chelsea & U-21 England player) and shows his support for the campaign by filming this football skill video. Donations go to our Ebola Orphan Appeal in West Africa.
Among others, he nominates Manchester United’s Ashley Young.
Curtis Davies shares his personal story and reasons for why he supports the #KickEbolaOut campaign. In the interview he urges the sports and football community to get behind the campaign. His nominations were Dan Magness, Tubes on Soccer AM, Ciaran Clark, Darren Carter, and Ashley Young.
#KickEbolaOut Videos from the Ebola Benefit Ball With Nick Hewer
Watch the #KickEbolaOut videos from the Ebola Benefit Ball with Nick Hewer and many other Street Child supporters joining together for the campaign to support Ebola Orphans! November 28th 2014