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£11,610
raised of £10,000 target by 96 supporters

    Weʼve raised £11,610 to Raise money for Accrington Stanley Community Trust - Mission: to support & educate the local community through fun based activities

    Yorkshire
    Funded on Saturday, 6th November 2021

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    Team Wham will take to the Yorkshire Three Peaks to raise money for the Accrington Stanley Trust . Please help us raise money to support our local community.

    Planned climb for the 21st August 2021.

    The challenge - Walk 25 miles up three mountains in 12 hours. Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough.

    Accrington Stanley Community Trust was originally established under the banner of Football in the Community in 2007, with the aim to bring the professional club and their community closer together. Natural progression from Football in the Community resulted in the scheme being taken on to work alongside and under the guidance of the Football League Trust. Accrington Stanley Community Trust has expanded at a phenomenal rate and we now work in 4 key themed areas: Sports Participation, Education, Health & Wellbeing and Social Inclusion.

    Vision

    “Use the power of Accrington Stanley Football Club to improve the lives of the people of Hyndburn through participation in sport and exercise”.

    Mission

    Our mission is to support the local community regardless of age, gender, race, religion or skill level and promote a healthier lifestyle through sport and education by encouraging individuals to take part in fun based activities, which develop confidence, co-operation and education.

    Values

    • Challenge behaviour and attitudes, promoting Respect and celebrating diversity • Inspire to achieve and Fulfil potential • Develop leaders, coaches and volunteers • Innovate in delivery

    Purpose

    In placing Accrington Stanley at the heart of the community we will: 1. Increase participation in Sport & Exercise. 2. Promote wellbeing and healthy lifestyles within local communities. 3. Deliver an inclusive programme of activities that involves and engages hard to reach groups, improving community cohesion. 4. Develop and empower leaders, coaches and volunteers. 5. Engage and inspire young people, raising and celebrating educational achievement. 6. Govern the operations of ASCT efficiently and effectively.

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      96

      • Laura Williams

        Laura Williams

        Sep 6, 2021

        So proud of you guys 👏👏👏

        £15.00

      • ABC North West Ltd

        ABC North West Ltd

        Sep 3, 2021

        £100.00

      • Wham Buildings

        Wham Buildings

        Aug 25, 2021

        Well Done!

        £155.00

      • GARY MEEKIN

        GARY MEEKIN

        Aug 24, 2021

        WELL DONE GUYS

        £100.00

      • All Wham Team Buildings

        All Wham Team Buildings

        Aug 24, 2021

        Well done everyone!

        £100.00

      • M Slevin

        M Slevin

        Aug 23, 2021

        Team Wham You Did It!

        £100.00

      • P Slevin

        P Slevin

        Aug 23, 2021

        Team Wham ! Next come and Hike Carrauntoohil in Ireland

        £100.00

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