At the Luton Town game on Saturday (30th, March) Bristol Rovers Football Club will be celebrating the fantastic work that is carried out by our Community Trust.
Being the registered charity of Bristol Rovers F.C, the Community Trust make a real difference to people’s lives in our community.
Its board of Trustees is led by Ken Masters and Steve Hamer as well as other major figure heads from the local community. They offer a range of projects that include
- Disability football for adults and youth
- Social inclusion football sessions for 11-18 year olds
- Primary and secondary school sport
- Health programmes
- Over 60’s social clubs
- Walking football
- Woman's and girls football
- Mental health support
- Post 16 education
- And much much more
The Community Trust engages with over 1,000 people a week in and around the Bristol area. They use the power of sport and the brand of Bristol Rovers to make a positive change in people’s lives.
Before Saturday’s game, the Trust will be holding a bucket collection to help raise funds for the vital work they carry out in the community.
Bristol Rovers FC encourages all fans to donate generously and help make positive changes in our community. If you wish to donate further please visit www.bristolroverscommunity.org.uk/donate
In addition around 100 different participants from the Trust’s projects will also be in attendance at Saturday’s game. They will perform a lap of honour at half time to celebrate the success of the Trust and the difference it makes. Please make them all feel welcome as they make their way around the pitch.