Our charity Saints Foundation has set out its direction for the coming years, focusing on five key areas to support those feeling the impacts of inequality the most.
Moving forward, Saints Foundation will work across five key focuses – Health, Education, Gender Equality, Employability and Pathways – all with the overall goal of supporting people in Southampton that feel the impact of inequalities the most.
A short video presented by Saints Foundation ambassador Kenzie Benali sets out the new plan and features an array of Saints’ current and former players, including Theo Walcott, Kayla Rendell, James Beattie and Francis Benali.
With a committed, passionate team using the power of the Saints badge to connect with Southampton’s communities, Saints Foundation will continue to deliver a wide range of projects that help people achieve their goals and level the playing field in our city.
Created with staff, partners and hundreds of participants, their new plan responds to the ever-changing needs of Southampton and works in collaboration with our communities to continue making a real difference.
MORE ON OUR PLAN
Over the next three weeks, we’ll be putting the spotlight on Saints Foundation, so you can learn more about how they support Southampton.
This spotlight will intensify ahead of Saints Foundation’s annual charity matchday, which this year will take place when we play Fulham at St Mary’s on Saturday 13 May.
We’re asking you to cheer on our Saints off the pitch by making a donation, and we’ll be sharing more information about how you can do that closer to the game. One way you can show your support already is by making a donation when you buy your Fulham ticket.
BE IN THAT NUMBER
We know times are tough, so if you’re not able to give, why not help us spread the word? You could share posts o
n social media, or simply strike up a conversation with a friend or neighbour about how Saints Foundation supports your community.
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