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Club Doncaster Foundation

Club Doncaster Foundation

  • Work with young people to develop a plan to achieve an increase in youth social action in local communities, supporting young people to organise projects, and monitoring our progress.
  • Make it easier for all young people to find opportunities to take part in local social action and removing barriers to participating.
  • Work with our partners – businesses, voluntary and community groups, schools, colleges and others to promote quality social action for all young people and to enable more high quality social action opportunities.
  • Be creative, ambitious and innovative in our approach and challenge how we work so that young people are actively involved in our organisation and the community.

Pledge Update and Status:

·         Over 10,000 hours of Youth Social action in various volunteer projects across Doncaster.

·         505 Young people from across Doncaster take part in a minimum 30 hours of Social action.

·         100 hours of planning by past students to make our NCS programme an even better opportunity.

·         15 NCS participants raised over £1500 to support children who may have long term stays at Doncaster Royal Infirmary.

·         Work with 53 schools across Doncaster to offer greater opportunities such as NCS, after school sports clubs, learning sessions about health and wellbeing and DRFC player visits.

·         Worked with St John’s Ambulance, My Guide Dog training, Doncaster Children’s trust, St Ledger homes, Club Doncaster Ride it and many other training providers to provide vital like skills and better opportunities to young people.


Quote from Jim Lord, Club Doncaster Foundation CEO:
“Club Doncaster Foundation are delighted to be involved with NCS. We have seen, first hand, the impact that the programme has on young people and its ability to influence and shape lives. We pledge to do all we can to further develop and increase NCS activity locally to support the next generation of citizens to be more confident and capable, connected and compassionate.”