The Kiyan Prince Foundation wants to send special thanks to Yoni Tehonda, Carlos Sousa, Kyle Kiai & Amelia Tombs, 4 staff members of STGC (Sports Tech Global Conference) who have volunteered to run the London Marathon UK to raise 150K for Kiyan Prince Foundation UK Campaign ‘Your purpose your destiny’ Tour. This tour aims to Read more about Marathon UK Event 2021[…]
Mark Prince: ‘Kiyan represents all those kids who are buried too early’ “I’ll feel the whole spectrum of emotions,” admits Dr Mark Prince. “But more than that, it’s victory. Every teardrop has been worth it. Every night I can’t sleep it’s been worth it because my son’s name will forever be connected with helping the Read more about Mark Prince: ‘Kiyan represents all those kids who are buried too early’[…]
QPR’s Kiyan Prince Foundation stadium rename bittersweet for anti-knife campaigner Mark Prince * London Football Scene An emotional Mark Prince admitted it was ‘a difficult but wonderful’ experience after seeing QPR’s Loftus Road re-named in tribute to his son. Kiyan Prince, a 15-year-old youth player at the club, was fatally stabbed outside his school in Read more about QPR’s Kiyan Prince Foundation stadium rename bittersweet for anti-knife campaigner Mark Prince[…]
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Kiyan Prince Foundation: QPR’s stadium being renamed Mark Prince says seeing Queens Park Rangers’ stadium named after a foundation bearing his son’s name will be emotional. Loftus Road has been renamed The Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium after a charity which educates young people about the consequences of knife crime.