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Closed 27/09/2018



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    Weʼve raised £0 to help fund free sporting sessions for disabled children

    Closed on Thursday, 27th September 2018

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    We need your help to raise the funds needed to support our next phase of sessions for disabled children.

    The Dacy Trust is a not for profit organisation that delivers and supports sporting opportunities, programmes and events within the UK.

    We want as many people as possible to have the opportunity to take part in sport regardless of their age or any physical or mental illness.

    Our fundraising allows us to offer free activities to those who need it. When affected by any illness it can be very hard to take part in exercise activities and we do not want any financial issues to be a barrier to this.

    We also provide free sessions for parents or carers who need the opportunity to get some exercise and take a much needed break.

    Another key element of our work is providing teams of volunteers to help out with already established sporting groups, whether to help complete facilities renovations or assistance running an annual event we are there to help.



    Stuart McCulloch

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