Right to Dream graduate and Chicago Fire’s David Accam has pledged to donate a percentage of his salary to high-impact soccer charities as part of the Common Goal Movement. He is the second MLS player and first African to join Common Goal, a pledge-based charitable movement by streetfootballworld aiming to use football’s impact for good. David Accam joins other notable footballers, such as Juan Mata, as Common Goal ambassadors, and continues his own passion for Give-Back. In 2016 David donated to build the Kumasi Community pitch as his first major Give-Back project to help kids in Ghana.

On 28 November, 2017 David confirms on twitter page  “Proud to join Common Goal and support football for development”

See further news links…

www.common-goal.org

https://www.mlssoccer.com/post/2017/11/28/chicago-fires-david-accam-joins-common-goal-movement

https://www.chicago-fire.com/post/2017/11/27/fire-midfielder-david-accam-joins-common-goal-movement

http://ghanasoccernet.com/chicago-fire-ace-david-accam-becomes-first-ghanaian-footballer-to-join-common-goal