What we do
The Stockport Community Foundation is an important element within the local community, where we strive to engage with children and adults in a structured, safe, fun environment and provides development activities, in particular supporting those groups with participants who have Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities.
The Community Foundation is very proud of the collaborative relationship we have developed with other stakeholders including Disability Stockport and Pure Innovations, to run Pan-Disability Football sessions within Stockport to over 150 male and female children, young people and adults with a range of physical and learning disabilities, mental illness, dementia and complex needs to engage with football and sport activities promoting a healthy lifestyle. The Disability Football project is designed to extend physical activity for young people and adults in the local area and increase the opportunity to play football and take part in a range of multi-sports. Through this provision to a variety of groups, with a range of needs, we aim to make a positive difference to people’s lives promoting health and wellbeing, extending opportunity, choice and control benefitting attendees physically, socially and emotionally.
Our provision includes the following sessions:
The project has grown in strength since its inception 8 years ago and is now a key part of many people’s weekly routine.
What we provide:
Over the duration of the project, we have seen the many benefits that the project has brought to people’s lives in that it helps to:
If anyone is interested or would like further information about the Pan-Disability Football Project please contact the office on 07778 171964 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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