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  • Time for fans to leave the stands

    Motherwell FC urges all fans to show their support this year, and not just from the stands. The Fir Park side are currently recruiting for their next intake for the Football Fans in Training (FFIT) programme which is funded by The Scottish Government and ran in partnership with The SPFL Trust. FFIT is a 12-week…
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  • The Blue Brazil lose an Orangutan

    Cowdenbeath get FFIT The latest Cowdenbeath Football Fans in Training (FFIT) team have successfully completed the programme together losing a combined weight of 51Kg (that’s the same weight as a fully grown orangutan!) All of the participants have successfully reduced their Body Mass Index (B.M.I) and together managed to reduce their cumulative waistline by 87.5cms…
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  • Albion Rovers Hit The High Notes

    Albion Rovers hitting all the right notes with their new anthem As the Wee Rovers are set to double the capacity of their stadium, Community Manager Patrick Rolink hopes that a new club anthem will also help to create a new buzz around Cliftonhill. The new anthem will be  created thanks to a link-up with…
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  • Partick Thistle Make a Difference

    Partick Thistle Community Trust’s SCORE Programme has been a huge success! 19 participants took part in the SCORE Programme which started in July 2014. 15 people finished the course and moved onto further employment, education or more training.  7 achieved a first aid at work qualification, 8 gained an SVQ Employability Award and a further…
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  • Heart Warming Fundrasing!

    The Big Hearts Foundation announces unique fundraising initiative in partnership with fans group Sinky for Hearts.   The official charity of Hearts FC has teamed up with the group who will be donating £20 for every goal scored by Hearts FC with all the proceeds going to Big Hearts so far, the total donated stands…
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  • Positive Goals for Single Parents

    Greenock Morton Community Trust launches new employability project for single parents in Inverclyde! Positive Goals is a project designed to support single parents, providing them with the opportunity to gain key employability skills, knowledge and also gain vocational certification relating to the local labour market – an asset to have in today’s job market. This…
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  • Livingston Youth Foundation launch new Reminiscence Programme!

     Livingston Reminiscence Programme The programme has been designed to support adults who have Dementia. The LYF programme involves participants in a number of gentle sporting and football related activities, specifically suited to their individual abilities.  The programme will span eight months in total. LYF are hoping to utilise the powerful tool of reminiscing as a…
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  • Unique Teamwork at Easter Road!

    Hibernian Community Foundation have teamed up  with the Lothian Autistic Society!   This exciting new partnership will to offer autistic children aged 7-16 the chance to build their football skills, interpersonal skills and also help them to make new friends. An open day will be held on the 24th of January for the children’s parents…
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  • Baby Buggy Bootcamp

    Buggy Boot Camp is the latest addition for the Pars!     The Pars Community Foundation’s Buggy Boot Camp is now in its eighth month, and is proving to be a huge success. Initially starting with 2 sessions a week, demand has seen it double to four sessions a week which take place every Tuesday…
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  • FFIT Down Under!

    The Ozzie Collaboration   Australia’s broadcasting news channel, 9news.com, has featured our FFIT programme on the other side of the world and aired on their most watched news channel.  Did you know that our Football Fans in Training (FFIT) has been running for 5 consecutive years?  No! Well our friends from down under managed to…
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