The third annual golf day saw stars from the world of sport attend at The Carrick on Loch Lomond for a game all in aid of a very worthy cause.
Greenock Morton is the first football club to trial a pilot scheme which brings our flagship project FFIT to those with learning difficulties. We speak to Jonny, the Health Project Worker who works on the pilot.
Watch FFIT participant Scott Robison talk about the incredible results he's achieved by taking part in FFIT at Motherwell FC.
The brand new SPFL Trust mascot, Lomond the Lion goes on an exciting adventure to London where he become a "Supermover" with mascots south of the border! Watch his trip to the Big Smoke (including a stint on live TV!)
Based in Brechin, Caroline will work with clubs on raising awareness of their presence in the community, showcasing how their charity work benefits the community, as well as building external partnerships.
Festive Friends was created to help isolated and vulnerable people who might be spending Christmas alone, by inviting them down to their football club and treating them to an alternative day of celebrations with their extended family. We speak to Joe at Edinburgh City and find out his story, and what Festive Friends means to him.
When FFIT opened up to women, Amanda decided to join the programme at Queens Park as she was recently engaged and felt the wedding would give her a good goal to work towards. Little did Amanda know that weight loss was a small part of what became a twelve week programme of gaining confidence and improved self esteem!
Chris Mitchell was a footballer who, after suffering a back injury which never fully healed, fell into a deep depression and died by suicide in May 2017. He was 27 years old. Since then, his family set up the Chris Mitchell Foundation, and working together we have been providing Mental Health First Aid training within footballing environments to help others who are struggling with poor mental health.