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Matildas player Aivi Luik pledges to donate 1% of earnings to charity

The World Cup-bound midfielder says joining the Common Goal global movement was ‘a no-brainer’ after being introduced to the idea by her teammate Alex Chidiac. The pair have decided to give 1% of their earnings to the growing global cause, which tackles social issues by raising money for what it terms ‘football for good’ organisations. ‘We’re in a really blessed situation as footballers and we have the privilege of earning a good income,’ said Luik.
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