Vivo Energy continues to show support to the sports fraternity with a donation of 5 million shillings to Dolphins swimming club Kampala through its flagship lubricant, Shell Helix.
The 5 million shilling goes towards the organisation of Junior swimming championship that is scheduled for 1st and 2nd April at Cambridge international School.
This is the first ever junior championship organised in Uganda and it has attracted ten clubs, with one coming from Kenya. The event is expected to have over 250 swimmers, who are strictly under 12 years competing for Gold, Silver and bronze medals.
Vivo Energy brand manager lubes Alex Tusingwire, who handed over the donation to Sam Ntulume Dolphins swim club chairman, noted that Vivo Energy does not only deal in fuel but has an interest in sports as well.
The company is the title sponsor for Rhinos rugby club and sponsors the annual Shell V-Power Pearl of Africa rally.
Dolphins Swim Club Kampala, is not just a swimming club, but a unique league of keen, driven and hardworking children and adults who ultimately gain more than just skill.
The Club inspires and infuses a general discipline that helps young swimmers overcome everyday obstacles and come out on top.