Round up of our #BeeatHome activities
The Independent highlight Sergi Canos’ involvement in our Trust
Sergi Canos, who won “Community Player of the Year” last year, was interviewed by the Independent about his playing career and community work.
You can read the full interview here.
The EFLT highlights our work with Young Carers
Following on from the NCS podcast with Young Carer Aliyah, the English Football League Trust (EFLT) highlighted Aliyah’s journey with the Trust. The article can be viewed here.
Brentford FC’s Head Coach will be a judge for our journalism competition
Brentford FC’s Head Coach – Thomas Frank – will be a judge on our journalism competition with the Fearless Foundation. The Trust is launching the journalism competition online, and is challenging youngsters to write a match report on Brentford’s win away to Swansea City in October. This competition is open for all 8-14 year olds. Sign up here.
The Trust joins the 2.6 challenge
In response to the London Marathon being cancelled, the 2.6 challenge was launched on Sunday 26 April to help charities fundraise during the Covid-19 crisis. We are asking walkers, runners and cyclists to sign up for the 2.6 challenge and fundraise for our important community projects.
More info here.
The EFLT launch an online activity hub for its Joy of Moving project
The English Football League Trust have moved the programme that is traditionally delivered by our coaches in schools to online to help more families benefit from the fun games and activities. Their aim is to teach children how to enjoy moving through play and to help them develop positive habits for their future.
All the resources can be found here.
More online challenges and activities available