Year 6 children to receive mental health support to reduce NHS strain. The EFL Trust, alongside four Club Community Organisations (CCOs) in Lancashire, are aiming to support children and their mental health through a new two-year project, Headstart, funded by Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Charity after successfully applying for an NHS Charities Together Grant.
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Mike stated that the decision to step down was an “incredibly difficult” one, but as the EFL Trust begins consultation with stakeholders about its strategy post-2024, said it felt like the “right time” for a change.
As part of the EFL’s first ever Week of Action which sees the 72 clubs showcase community programmes with EFL players, Charlton Athletic Community Trust (CACT) invited Charlton Athletic men’s player Chuks Aneke, women’s player Hollie Olding and U23s player Samuel Oguntayo to take part in interactive workshops. The interactive County Lines & Exploitation workshop […]
This week marks the start of the EFL’s first-ever ‘Week of Action’, beginning today. Running from 4 to 8 April, Clubs will showcase activity with EFL players and managers joining participants across England and Wales. Using the power of football, EFL Clubs and Club Community Organisations (CCOs) collectively invest over £59m in their communities every year, […]
Ahead of the Papa John’s Trophy Final on Sunday which will see Sutton United United take on Rotherham United at Wembley, we celebrate the impact of their Club Community Orgnisations are having in their community, and in particular on Aaron and Stuart. Sutton United Youth and community Foundation International honours and Building Sutton United Starting […]
The Football Association and The EFL Trust, the charitable arm of the English Football League (EFL), have partnered to provide an increased opportunity for girls across the country to play football through the Weetabix Wildcats programme.
Whilst they might be rivals on the pitch for the Carabao Cup Final clash on Sunday, off the pitch, Chelsea FC Foundation and Liverpool FC Foundation have been sharing the same goal to support young people on the National Citizen Service (NCS) programme.
Steve Barclay, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, visited Deepdale Stadium recently to meet people who have benefited from the work and impact of Preston North End Community Education Trust (PNECET) programmes.
Christmas, is widely known for many as, ‘The most wonderful time of the year’. However, for some, it can be a period of loneliness and isolation. Due to the pandemic, many elderly people have found themselves more isolated than ever, as some are unable to spend time with loved ones at Christmas.
25 Club Community Organisations (CCOs) are seeking enthusiastic and innovative young people to join them as their new ‘Community Health Activator’.
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- Blackpool Community Trust’s Sporting Memories has given Terry his enjoyment and love of Bloomfield Road back21st September 2022 - 3:00 pm
- FIT HATTERS helps Kate return to the pitch with Luton Town Ladies FC21st September 2022 - 1:00 pm
- Queen Elizabeth II: Obituary9th September 2022 - 9:51 am
- Growing the focus on mental health7th September 2022 - 2:53 pm