Ricardo Edwards, co-founder of the Old Harbour Basketball Academy is grateful. “The students of the Kevon Godfrey Basketball Academy were elated upon receiving the sneakers from some wonderful persons living in the USA who I refer to as friends of the academy. I am happy to see the joy and hope it brings,” said Edwards, who is also coach of the Old Harbour High basketball team. “Some may say how one pair of sneakers can do that, but it opens the door for them to see the possibilities that are before them that that pair of sneakers might be the game changer in their lives.” He added: “I am grateful to those who made it possible that may help one life saved, which may save a family, a community and even a country.” The men are now hoping their benevolence will gain additional support to enable them to help more children, who through the sport can achieve their dreams. “My imagination has no limits brother,” said Bonitto in response to the positive impact their charitable deed is likely to create back home. “We intend to take it to wherever it leads us. There are so many kids that love the sport, and if they have resources, something as simple as sneakers, basketballs, facilities, etc, the possibilities are endless.” Plans are also in the pipeline to stage in December an inaugural invitational basketball tournament to honour the memory of Kevon Godfrey, who died from cancer in August. Godfrey, past student of Old Harbour High, earned a US basketball scholarship last year, before his untimely death.