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Community Sports Trust partners

Community Sports Trust partners

Posted: Wed 01 Jul 2015
Author: afcb.co.uk

AFC Bournemouth's Community Sports Trust is supported by a number of national and local businesses.

Vitality
Vitality is the headline partner of AFC Bournemouth’s Community Sports Trust.

The Trust delivers over 90 multi-sport sessions per week to children and adults of all ages across four sites in Dorset and the Isle of Wight.

The partnership continues Vitality’s commitment to football and encouraging more people to improve their wellness through taking up healthy behaviours, including playing sport.

Vitality is the Official Wellness Partner for Barclays Premier League teams Arsenal, Manchester City and Liverpool and has invested in a range of other partnerships supporting rugby, half marathon running, cricket and triathlon. 

We'd like to thank Vitality for their support, click here to visit their website to find out more about them.
Bournemouth_Uni
AFC Bournemouth’s Community Sports Trust works with Bournemouth University’s men’s and women’s football teams.

The Trust celebrated a successful end to the first season coaching the university’s sides, with two of its teams winning promotion in the 2013/14 season.

The continuing link between Bournemouth University and AFC Bournemouth provides an opportunity for students to receive a professional level of coaching during their time at university. 

We'd like to thank Bournemouth University for their support and to find out more about BU and their courses click here.
Nuffield_Health
Bug Busters is AFC Bournemouth’s Community Sports Trust’s infection prevention schools project with Nuffield Health Hospital Bournemouth.

Nuffield Health Hospital Bournemouth’s Bug Busters initiative will see player ambassador Simon Francis working alongside Nuffield Health infection prevention expert Chris Tickner and head of the Trust Steve Cuss to educate school children about preventing the spread of germs and bacteria. 

We'd like to thank Nuffield Health for their support and for more information, visit their official website here.
Care_South
Care South delivers two projects in association with AFC Bournemouth’s Community Sports Trust, with Marc Pugh also signed up as a player ambassador.

Pugh, who is a fans’ favourite at Vitality Stadium after five seasons with the club, has visited residents to mark becoming the ambassador one of the Trust’s latest schemes.

Activities will include meeting players, coffee mornings, visits to Vitality Stadium, matchday hospitality, walking football and the Extra Time scheme. 

We'd like to thank Care South for their support and more information can be found on their official website here.
CoreTX
AFC Bournemouth’s Community Sports Trust works together with CoreTX to deliver internet safety initiative Connect With Care.

The scheme aims to educate pupils about potential dangers when using the internet when using their computers, smart phones and tablets.

To date dozens of sessions have been delivered by the Trust since the project’s launch a few years ago, which have proved to be invaluable for parents, pupils and teachers. 

CoreTX specialise in internet infrastructure and we'd like to thank them for their support. Click here to get to their official website. 
Destination_Education
The ‘My’ Life and ‘My’ Career schemes helps give local school children a head start when planning their first steps on the career ladder.

Cherries midfielder Andrew Surman is an ambassador for the project run by AFC Bournemouth’s Community Sports Trust and supported by Teachers Building Society.

The initiatives form part of a range of programmes developed by Smart Development Solutions, who aim to deliver a quality programme which helps develop young people with links through sport. 

We'd like to thank Destination Education for their support, click here to get to their website.
Goadsby
AFC Bournemouth’s Community Sports Trust and Goadsby’s successful Respect campaign has been running for a number of years.

The initiative sees the Trust visit pupils across Bournemouth and Poole to emphasise the importance of understanding other peoples’ perspectives and developing respect.

The project has been a huge hit with local schools over the past few academic years thanks to the support of Goadsby. 

We'd like to thank Goadsby for their support, click here to get to their website.
Yellow Buses
AFC Bournemouth’s Community Sports Trust work closely with Yellow Buses to deliver Soccer Safety school sessions to 20 Dorset schools a season.

The project’s aim is to ensure younger people are safer on the street whilst encouraging them to become healthier and fitter.  The initiative is supported by first team player Dan Gosling who is the project Ambassador.

We'd like to thank Yellow Buses for their support and for more information on them, click here to get to their website.
TeamJobs
Premier League Kicks is a unique project which is funded through the Premier league , to encourage young people aged 14+ to engage themselves in sport.

TeamJobs and AFC Bournemouth’s Community Sports Trust are proudly working together to promote the project and the extra packages that it can offer young people such as gaining qualifications, work experience within the club and the chance to represent AFC Bournemouth against other clubs in the premier League Kicks matches.  Cherries left back, Tyrone Mings is helping support the initiative as the project ambassador.

We'd like to thank TeamJobs for their support and for more information, click here to get to their website.
CMP
AFC Bournemouth’s Community Sports Trust continues to run our popular holiday soccer school sessions throughout the year for boys and girls aged 4-14 years old. 

With the help and support of working in partnership with CMP UK, it enables the Trust to cover the Bournemouth, Wimborne and the Purbeck areas.  The sessions include a fun warm up and skills game, penalty competitions and small sided matches, aimed at children of any ability.  

Please click here to find out more information and dates of our soccer schools.

We'd like to thank CMP for their support, click here to get to their website to find out more about them.