Supporting those who need us
Nottingham Forest Community Trust is launching its ‘Supporting those who need us campaign’ today at Nottingham Forest’s home Premier League clash against Wolverhampton Wanderers to create awareness and highlight the work of the charitable arm of the club.
The takeover coincides with the Premier League Communities activity as it launches its ‘Premier League Supports’ campaign, to celebrate activities of Club charities across the league.
‘Nottingham Forest Community Trust weekend’ will see the Trust takeover the Wolves game as well as Nottingham Forest Women FC’s crucial fixture against Burnley at Eastwood on Sunday as they look to secure the Women’s National League title.
‘Supporting those who need us’ focuses on the Trust’s work in the community and its impact on the lives of individuals and groups in need. It introduces the story of the Trust’s charitable initiatives, which include support for mental health and wellbeing, education, sports participation, and community development. The Trust aims to engage fans, players, and the wider community in their mission to create positive change and support those in need.
The campaign will focus on raising awareness and fans will be able to gain a further understanding of the Trust’s values, vision, mission and purpose as it looks to launch its strategic priorities in the coming weeks and engage with local organisations, stakeholders, partners and of course fans across the community.
‘Supporting Those Who Need Us’ highlights the importance of the Trust’s work and encourages more people to get involved and support their initiatives. By showcasing the Trust’s work, the campaign strives to inspire individuals and businesses to support the Trust’s efforts and make a difference in their community.
Nottingham Forest Community Trust has been instrumental in supporting individuals and groups across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. Their work has made a significant impact on the lives of many people, including those facing mental health challenges, those from disadvantaged backgrounds, and those with disabilities.
Speaking about the launch, Calum Osborne, Nottingham Forest Community Trust Deputy CEO said, “Through our ‘Supporting those who need us’ campaign, Nottingham Forest Community Trust aims to shine a light on the important work we do in the community and inspire more people to get involved and make a positive impact. We are thrilled to be taking over the Wolves game and the crucial fixture of Nottingham Forest Women FC as we continue to support individuals and groups across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.”
Calum continued, “the support of Nottingham Forest FC has been invaluable by providing us with the perfect stage to launch this campaign this weekend’s home fixture and we look forward to what is looking to be another incredible year for the Trust.”