The strong need to understand vividly all about CPR skills, technique and training should be embraced as early as possible. Parent should make up their minds to get skills and training of CPR across to the youth on time. Continue reading WHEN SHOULD YOU TEACH YOUR CHILD CPR?
Fundraising is becoming very competitive especially as disposable income is decreasing that is why good causes are looking at other ways to supplement their funding income. One way is to have their own club store. Your own club store is a great idea providing you have hundreds of supporters who will support you or the costs in time and money have a negative effect. offers … Continue reading Your own discount store
Grass roots football is where the love of the beautiful game begins; it is that magic place in a young player’s mind where he dreams of being the next Ronaldo, Messi or hang on where are the English names in the list??? That is the trouble, Grass Roots Football has for far too many years been close to neglected and funding has dwindled for some … Continue reading The lack of funding for grass roots football
Small Grants: Should I apply? Our Small Grants programme is open to charities and not-for-profit organisations applying for any amount up to and including £10,000 for one year only. Check the information below to see if your project should apply. But first – have you read about how, together, we improve children’s lives in the UK? If you are looking for more than £10,000 please … Continue reading BBC – BBC Children in Need – Small Grants: Should I apply?
Main Grants: Should I apply? Our Main Grants programme is open to charities and not-for-profit organisations applying for grants over £10,000 per year for up to three years. Check the information below to see if your project should apply. But first – have you read about how, together, we improve children’s lives in the UK. Please note that the January Main Grants Initial Application deadline … Continue reading BBC – BBC Children in Need – Main Grants: Should I apply?
Based in Stokesley, the NRCFA aims to establish safe and structured football opportunities for the benefit of all concerned irrespective of age, colour, gender and disability. We also provide the appropriate structures and systems to enable the Association to control, manage, regulate and promote the game within the North Riding area. This enables us to assist with the development of the game at all levels, ensuring we are able to increase the quality and quantity of participation across the various sections of participation.
The West Riding County Football Association is the governing body of football in the county. We are one of the largest county football associations in the country and oversee all aspects of the game in our territory.
I have often been asked why I work for a company that raises funds for junior football teams, instead of doing something else. So I thought I would put my pen to paper and tell the world why I do what I do…
What Is The Fundraising Standards Board?
The FRSB is the independent self-regulatory scheme for fundraising in the UK. They support their members in complying with fundraising best practice and they help protect the public by ensuring charities are accountable for their fundraising and by dealing with any concerns.