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  • Spotlight On: Raith Rovers Community Foundation

    by Calum Woodger This week media intern Calum Woodger spoke to Head of Community Development at Raith Rovers Community Foundation, Paul Doig, about the work his team are doing throughout Kirkcaldy and wider Fife. Paul shone the ‘Spotlight On’ the success of Raith’s Football Fans in Training (FFIT) scheme, how it’s lead to the piloting…
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  • Volunteer for the SPFL Trust

    The SPFL Trust has launched a search for a small team of & event volunteers to work on an exciting upcoming project that will feature a number of club’s community programmes. More will be revealed in the coming weeks, but in the meantime, we’re looking for volunteers seeking to gain valuable &  fulfilling career experience. In…
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  • Spotlight On: The Rangers Charity Foundation

    by Calum Woodger and Daryn MacRae Our media interns Calum Woodger and Daryn MacRae are back on the road speaking to SPFL clubs to find out more about their inspiring work in the community. This week they visited The Rangers Charity Foundation and spoke with community executives Gary Gibson (GG) and Jordan Boyd (JB) as well…
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  • Spotlight On: The SPFL Trust Parliamentary Event

    by Calum Woodger and Daryn MacRae In this week’s ‘Spotlight On’ series our attention turns to the team at The SPFL Trust. The Trust recently hosted an event at Holyrood, the Scottish Parliament building in Edinburgh. The team went along to showcase their game-changing community work in partnership with Scotland’s 42 league clubs.

  • Spotlight On: Our Media Interns

    The SPFL Trust have signed GCU students, Daryn MacRae and Calum Woodger, as media interns until the end of their degree. The duo are building on their MA Multimedia Journalism studies at the university by gaining hands-on experience working at Hampden, the national football stadium. Supported by Santander and the GCU Foundation, Daryn (DM) and…
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  • Spotlight On: Queen’s Park In The Community

    Media intern Daryn MacRae recently popped in next door at Lesser Hampden where he met George Watson, Community Development Manager at Queen’s Park FC, to find out more about the work they are doing in the local community. George championed the “excellent and very comprehensive” H2-O Programme, run by the SPFL Trust and Scottish Water, and…
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  • Spotlight On: Greenock Morton Community Trust

    by Calum Woodger Media intern Calum Woodger recently visited Cappielow to speak to Brian McLaughlin, Head of Community Coaching at Greenock Morton Community Trust to find out more about Scotland’s ‘Best Professional Club in the Community’. Brian was able to explain how one community coach has become more popular than half the Morton squad and…
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  • Re-advertisement: SPFL Trust Fundraising Officer – Vacancy

    Vacancy: Fundraiser ( Projects ) Reporting to: SPFL Trust General Manager Salary: £21,000 ( pro rata ) Hours: 21 hrs per week Status: Part Time Location: Glasgow based with UK wide travel* with some European working Contract: 1yr fixed term ( potential for continuation subject to funding ) Pension: 6% of basic salary paid into an agreeable pension scheme…
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  • Spotlight On: Livingston’s West Lothian Youth Foundation

    by Calum Woodger and Daryn MacRae Continuing their journey around the SPFL grounds, media interns Calum Woodger and Daryn MacRae recently visited Scott Millar, Development Manager at Livingston’s West Lothian Youth Foundation to find out more about the work their doing in the local community. Scott told the pair that FFIT particpants had “lost the collective…
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  • SCOTTISH FOOTBALL OPENS ITS DOORS TO DELIVER A VERY SPECIAL CHRISTMAS TO ELDERLY FANS

    Scottish Professional Football League Trust is helping 26 clubs become ‘festive friends’ to hundreds of socially isolated older people the length and breadth of the country. Almost 500 elderly people across Scotland will receive a Christmas to remember thanks to 26 Scottish football clubs and their charity arms, in a new ‘Festive Friends’ project being…
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