London Wayfarers Hockey Club are partnering with the new and exciting Hockey Futures charity which is launching just ahead of the Women’s Hockey World Cup 2018 in London.
After a trial period during the 2017-18 season London Wayfarers are looking to expand our local community outreach programme bringing hockey to more schools in south west London. We are proud to announce that we have been chosen to be the first partner club of Hockey Futures adding to two great partnerships we have with Surrey Hockey Association and England Hockey. This, together with our coaches and volunteers, puts us in a great position to engage with our local community offering hockey to more children.
The charity’s mission is to Empower Young People Through Hockey targeting disadvantaged inner city communities where young people don’t currently get the opportunity to play hockey.
As the first partner club we believe that by working together we can make a difference to young people’s lives and encourage other hockey clubs and communities to get involved. We can’t wait to get started in September!
Helen Richardson-Walsh is the charity’s ambassador and explains why she was so keen to get involved.
Hockey Futures Information
Hockey Futures believe every young person should have easy access to the life changing benefits that hockey can provide.
Inclusion – Everyone has the right to be involved
Family – Sense of belonging
Health and Well Being
Teamwork – Cooperation and common purpose
Respect – Themselves and Others
Hockey Futures create sustainable inclusive outreach programmes by partnering with hockey clubs offering them financial and practical support. We encourage “Hockey for All” giving young people the opportunity to develop invaluable life skills.
For more information on the charity, please visit their website, www.hockeyfutures.org , and follow them on social media, hockeyfuturesUK.
To donate text “FUTURES” to 70970 to donate 5 pounds or 70191 to donate 10 pounds.