The F3 ‘Not for profit’ programme
Together we are shaking things up and seeking out ways to change the way stadium catering is delivered to thousands of fans every match at the Etihad Stadium for Manchester City including our innovative fundraising opportunity.
The Not For Profit Programme. We want your charity to come and volunteer alongside us on a match day, in a dedicated ‘Not For Profit’ charity kiosk .
If you have volunteers that are willing to donate their time, why not give us a call and find out about the newest fundraising opportunity in Football! It’s all about knowing the hard work you’re doing is truly making a difference with every penny your group earns, enjoying the day, having fun and maybe even making a few new friends and connections!
• Raise profits for your charity in a unique way
• Advertise your charity on the screens in your own dedicated kiosk
• Experience match day atmosphere in one of the world’s most iconic stadiums with a capacity of 56,000 fans
• Work together in a team with your colleagues in a completely new way
• Help deliver our award winning food to our fans
• Receive dedicated training
• Enjoy an employee meal before your shift
• Be a proud ambassador for Fabulous Fan Fayre
• Help us redefine the fan experience
• Make a positive difference through rewarding hard work
• Help your charity raise the funds it needs
If you are interested in finding out more information about working with us as a ‘Not For Profit’ Group, please email@example.com Kirsty Ashman – Group Head of Human Resources, Contact No: 0161 438 7963
The current Charities that we work with are:
Citywise a mentoring charity. Working with schools and families to help young people achieve their potential, lead flourishing lives, and make a positive contribution to society.
Mellor Country House was built in 1907, set in three acres of garden and woodland located in the pretty village of Mellor, situated on the border between Greater Manchester and the High Peak. The charity is dedicated to providing respite breaks for groups, families, carers and individuals primarily from the nearby urban areas who could not, otherwise, have a break at all.
Street Soccer Academy through each of its Regional Centres looks to address seven fundamental issues Accommodation, Physical & Mental Health, Families & Community Support, Employment, Learning & Skills, Drugs & Alcohol and Finance on behalf of their service users. Each individual’s requirements are assessed according to these issues on the understanding that many will have multiple and complex needs. A timescale for attendance and support is created based upon quarterly appraisals which look at each individual’s situation and the progress they make towards their goals.
Young Champions Sport is a community enterprise that comprises of a fully qualified community youth manager of youth work, qualified sports coaches/volunteers who will offer to deliver a professional service to young people a variety of youth lead educational workshop activities which consist of Educational Skills, Team Based Activities’, Mentoring, Group Work and Culture & Diversity.
Their initiative will focus on the Governments national and local drivers that will offer young people positive opportunities by supporting their participation and engagement through youth lead sporting activities. Their strategy is to have close links with local partners and members of the community such as Schools, Housing, Greater Manchester Police and Statutory/Voluntary Sector.
Building sustainable communities through our primary focus on youth lead engagement through sports activities, with the vision to target our resources to embrace and support young people in their journey from youth to adult life.
Their outcomes will reflect integration, social cohesion, culture and diversity, health and anti-social behavior giving young people opportunities of equality and empowerment building a solid foundation that will reflect their education. Learning and gaining new social skills, providing stepping stones within the community leading to confidence building, self-esteem and employment.
Feed Manchester has as of today handed out 9912 hot meals, spent 290 hours on the streets, and have plans for lots more to happen #FeedManchester
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