Our aim is at least £10,000 per year for every club

June 29, 2021

Club Futures Campaign To Take Centre Stage

We’re counting down the days before the launch of this summer’s red hot campaign – built to boost thousands of clubs across 21 sports throughout the UK. 

Last week GiveToLocal’s Justin Lockwood teased details of an exciting new initiative created to help clubs bounce back from the global pandemic.

And we’re putting the finishing touches to our Club Futures Campaign as we look to help clubs generate a minimum of £10,000 in additional funding per year.

Our new campaign is based on collaboration, community and a commitment to kickstarting grassroots sport.

It’s underpinned by our ethos of connecting community clubs to local businesses and local people for mutual benefit.

And our team has been busily reaching out to partner clubs across the country to ensure volunteers, coaches, players and parents are primed for action.

Keith Watson, Club Engagement Manager at GiveToLocal, said: “It’s been great to reconnect with the clubs across all of the sports we support.

“They’ve all struggled — some sports more than others — but they’re as happy as we are to be back and looking forward to working together again.

“Club volunteers, parents and coaches have maintained a positive approach throughout the pandemic. 

“They are all stars in our eyes — keeping the kids involved and ensuring their clubs will be around now and for many years. 

“Every club needs a helping hand, however big or small, and we’re there to help the volunteers behind every club.

“The Club Engagement team at GiveToLocal can help clubs to achieve sustainable funding by using our unique service. 

“We’re there to assist throughout and have the experience to do so.

“Everyone’s really positive about the new campaign and we can’t wait to get cracking with Club Futures.”

Look out for more news on the Club Futures Campaign in the coming days as Justin checks in to bring us bang up to date on his new series of podcasts with some of our clubs around the UK.

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