As we welcome our 34th, 35th 36th and 37th Pledge Club can your club help us get to 40!
After a revamp of our Pledge Project we are delighted to announce four new Pledge Clubs in May 2019. Abingdon Town, Aylesbury Town Corinthians, Chesham United (Youth & Ladies) and Scot FC have all taken the BBFA Disability Pledge and now it’s even easier for your club to get involved.
The Pledge Project now has a dedicated webpage which includes a short video explaining what the Pledge Project is all about, why it’s important for our region and how your club can help. The webpage has an easier to follow FAQ section to answer any remaining questions and with an option to register online it has never been easier to get involved.
This is what our four new Pledge Clubs have done and we are delighted to welcome them into the programme. All four clubs have pledged to help raise awareness of local disability football provision within their regions by displaying our BBFA Disability Football Club Directory in their clubhouse, club website and social media platforms. We also look forward to working with Aylesbury Town Corinthians wit there pledge to run a BOBiCats U8 Disability Football Centre in the 2019/20 season.
“Every pledge, regardless of size, is important to help raise awareness of disability football” said Jonathan Coles, Disability Football Development Officer at Berks & Bucks FA. He continued “we have launched a new dedicated webpage to help streamline the process for clubs to sign up. We hope some more clubs out there might want to get involved and help us get us to 40 pledge clubs”.
We look forward to working with Abingdon Town, Aylesbury Town Corinthians, Chesham United (Youth & Ladies) and Scot FC to help them achieve their pledges and thank them for their support. If your club would like to know more about the Pledge Project please visit our new webpage.
For more information about the Pledge Project please contact Berks & Berks FA Disability Football Development officer, Jonathan Coles, via the contact details listed at the bottom of this article.