iACT Refugee COVID-19 Response: 100% of funds collected will go towards
soap, water collection materials, phone credit to disseminate information, and other essential needs.
COVID-19 has made many humanitarian projects almost impossible. But one thing it has done is given people time to think about their next steps. Darfur United used that time to help create the World Unity Football Alliance.
To better serve its mission and values, Darfur United has decided to part ways with CONIFA effective immediately.
NATA’s “Refugee Relief During COVID-19” Interview with Alexandra Nuttall-Smith, ATC, MPT (iACT Director of Health and Wellness)
The National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) featured an interview titled “Refugee Relief During COVID-19”
Players and staff, even though they are not together in the same location, are currently independently preparing while being virtually connected…
Darfur United is featured in the September issue of United We Stand, the Manchester United Fanzine!
The opportunity to host Team Training Camp in Kent, Washington led to a handful of firsts for Darfur United this month. It was the team’s first stop on their Road to World Football Cup 2020, the first time DU played in Washington state, the first CONIFA cap for the USA-based DU players, and the first DU goal in North America.