Monthly Archives: November 2014

Thanks to Rotarian Andy and the Rotary Club of Burleigh Heads

Thanks to Rotarian Andy from the Rotary Club of Burleigh Heads for inviting Mac to speak at their club.  They had a record crowd turn up to hear Mac speak about what he’s up to next.  Thanks also to President … Continue reading

A big thanks to Faith Lutheran College at Victoria Point

Hi Guys, I’ve had a great day at Faith Lutheran College.  It’s a really nice school and I felt really welcome.  I had a ‘questions and answers’ session with the year 6 kids, lunch, a media interview and then my presentation.  The kids … Continue reading

Soccer balls for the kids of Syria!! This was a big achievement.

Well, this is one of our best achievements.  Soccer balls have just been delivered to the kids of Syria!!! (thanks to the Australaian Ambassador to Jordan).  I really wanted to get soccer balls to the kids of Syria but because … Continue reading

Football – Play It Forward and The Rotary Club of Nagarjun working together to get soccer balls to remote communities of Nepal

When I was at the Rotary International Convention in Sydney I met Shisheer from Nepal (Shisheer Bhatta).  Anyway, we’ve been working together to get soccer balls to some remote areas of Nepal.  Shisheer just sent me these photos of the … Continue reading

My Letter to President Putin

With the G20 in Brisbane recently, Mac wrote a letter to President Putin asking if he would help to get soccer balls to the kids of the Ukraine where the fighting is.  Here’s an article in today’s paper about Mac’s … Continue reading

The Spirit of Football – Play It Forward. Soccer balls for Ethiopia.

How cool is this? When I was in Shanghai I spoke at the Western International School of Shanghai (WISS).  I’ve just received this email from a gentleman called Frank Eyssen who is Belgian and lives in Shanghai: “Mac, Inspired by your presentation … Continue reading

Kids of Uganda get soccer balls!!!!

At the Rotary International Convention in Sydney in June this year I met Nassar fromUganda and we talked about how we could get soccer balls to the kids there.  Anyway, we did it!  Thanks to Nassar and his Rotary Club of … Continue reading