The St Johnstone Community Trust was established as a stand-alone organisation with charitable status in 2016 with the following vision: providing positive life enhancing experiences using sport, and football in particular, to help people throughout Perth and Kinross achieve their goals.
To achieve this vision, projects take place under five themes:
For more information visit the Saints in the Community website
Children and young people from 3-16 years of age
Various dates throughout year at McDiarmid Park and at County venues throughout Perth and Kinross. Check Saints in the Community web site for details.
Providing a fun, positive experience for young players, helping them to achieve their footballing goals.
Adults (14+) with either: Learning disabilities including autism spectrum disorder or Mental ill health including addiction issues.
Various dates throughout year. Check Saints in the Community web site for details.
Multi-activity project to help people access activities by breaking down any barriers to they may encounter.
People who are living with dementia, in isolation or recovering from a condition such as a stroke.
At McDiarmid Park and venues throughout Perth and Kinross. Check Saints in the Community web site for details.
Football reminiscing project adding quality to lives through recall of players, matches, goals and incidents from days gone by.
Children and young people.
Local primary school visits and 3 stadium workshops throughout the year. Check Saints in the Community web site for details.
In partnership with Show Racism the Red Card Charity, this workshop educates young people about the different types of racism and promotes equality and inclusion.
Long term unemployed.
Check Saints in the Community web site for details.
Various programmes to help unemployed people gain work skills to improve their employability..