WW Trust working for the Community


Disabled Supporters Association

  • Successful DSA coach trip to Manchester City – another trip to be planned for Christmas.
  • Accepted invitation to join Championship DSA Group (they know we will be back next year).

All Quarters
The second meeting was held on 7th September, and the next will be on Tuesday 5th October, 6.30pm at Adams Park. Please attend if you have an interest in developing WWFC supporter groups for Women and Girls, LGTBQIA+ communities, and Ethnic Minority Communities, to sit alongside our DSA. Please register before the meeting with Paul Foley, [email protected]

Mental Health Initiative
The Trust jointly with WWSET has applied for a substantial grant to help set up a project to help prevent suicides in young males.

Buddying Scheme
Work is to commence on developing a scheme where the Trust finds “buddies” to accompany potential fans, who may be lonely or lacking in confidence, to matches at Adams Park.

Information for Supporters suffering from Autism
Work is in the early stages for providing an autistic-user-friendly guide to Adams Park and the matchday experience. This could be in written or video format.

Anyone interested in participating in any of the above projects is invited to contact Peter Lerner at [email protected]

PL 27th September 2021


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