“The finest training…

the first choice for footballers.”

Former England international,

Emile Heskey

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In support of Chantelle Tagoe’s


Model and TV presenter Chantelle Tagoe founded her charity, the One Goal Foundation, to raise funds for impoverished children around the world.

Chantelle featured in the BBC’s WAGS, Kids and World Cup Dreams series aired in 2010, in which she spent two weeks in South Africa, helping care for many children living in horrific conditions.

Witnessing the suffering first-hand was a life-changing experience and Chantelle returned to England, determined to help give the orphans a better life.  

On 16th March 2011, The Supercar Academy was proud to support the One Goal Foundation’s first annual charity gala dinner, fashion show and fund-raising auction to raise funds for its inaugural charity project, GOAL for South Africa.

The evening was attended by members of the England international football squad and a variety of premier league football stars, including Emile Heskey, Ashley Young, Stephen Iresland, Nigel Rey-Coker, Habib Beye and Stylian Petrov.

Other celebrity guests included Sam Faiers and members of the cast of The Only Way is Essex, as well as luminaries from Fashion TV, FTV Vodka and several other personalities from the worlds of business, entertainment and sport.  

Chantelle’s GOAL for South Africa project supports the following efforts in South Africa:

The Twilight Shelter in Johannesburg

The Baphumelele Children's Home in Khayelitesha

and the

Two Sisters Centre for AIDS Orphans in Mpumalanga.