Bray Wanderers FC, or the Seagulls as we are affectionately known, are launching a charitable partnership generic synthroid levothyroxine with four local Wicklow Charities and Social Associations as part of its Social Responsibility ethos. The four charities will be chosen from the Wicklow area.
This builds on the Social Responsibility activities that have been initiated by the club since September. Overseen by Social Responsibility Officer Dermot O’Brien, Bray Wanderers FC will develop a club Charter, a Mental Health and Well Being policy, a new junior supporters club ‘Young Gulls’ as well as other inclusion and diversity activities throughout the year.
The project is championed by club chairman, Denis O’Connor. ‘According to UEFA, football is an integral part of global society and, as arguably the world’s most popular sport, it has an invaluable role to play in driving social development and bringing its influence to bear,’ he says.
The partnership with the four charities and social organisations will have a twofold objective. The first is to provide increased awareness and profile for the four organisations. Bray Wanderers will partner with them to drive awareness in the grounds, in the Club Programme and on joint promotional activities.
The second role will be to assist the organisations in raising money. Initially Bray Wanderers FC will host the charities at selected home matches with bucket collections. In time, the club will also bring them into future club fund raising ventures.
‘We want to be part of the wider Wicklow community and work with fans, communities and charitable bodies – to make Wicklow a great place in which to live, work and play football,’ says O’Connor.
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