Marching on with the Leeds United Foundation

Partnership opportunities for businesses.

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The Leeds United Foundation are pleased to announce the launch of their new Marching On with the Foundation partnership initiative for local businesses and individuals who would like to offer their support.

This new partnership opportunity is available for companies, businesses and individuals who would either like to make a one-off donation, or an annual donation of either £500 or £1,000, with all funds being used to help the charity continue its important work in supporting the local community over the next 12 months.

The club’s official charity relies on the support of regular donations to ensure they can deliver their programmes and help to change and impact lives for the better. Your donation could have some fantastic benefits, but ultimately you will be at the heart of creating long-lasting impact in your local community.

The Leeds United Foundation aims to use the power of football to enhance the lives of people across the region and beyond through initiatives focused on education, sport and healthier lifestyles. During the 2021/22 season, the charity supported 43,000 people across the region, delivering over 500,000 hours of activity through more than 20 different programmes.

Those who are able to donate, can choose to either support the Leeds United Foundation more generally across all of our programmes, or you can choose to directly support our Women and Girls Future Talent Pathway Support Scheme or our Disability programme, please see below:

Disability Programme:

Provides young people and adults with physical disabilities, physical impairments, and neurodiverse conditions an equal opportunity to play football by making the game accessible and inclusive for all. The participants receive professional coaching with a person-centred approach which allows a relaxed calm environment where participants can be themselves and develop their skills and understanding of the game at a speed which suits their individual needs. As well as training there is also an opportunity to represent the Leeds United Foundation in matches, just like the pros. The Cerebral Palsy, Amputee and Frame session is a specific session for young people which takes into account the specific needs of individuals and is played indoors to allow a safer surface for individual to use crutches, frames and prosthetic limbs. The session allows all young people the opportunity to feel safe and included within football.

Women and Girls Pathway:

Launching for the 2023/24 season, the future talent pathway support scheme will focus on nurturing and developing elite talent of not only football provision but strength and conditioning, nutrition and psychology support which creates a professional platform for players to succeed. The aim is for an aspiring home-grown talent to be able to succeed and see a clear pathway into our first team.

To become a Marching on with the Foundation partner, or to find out more about how you can work with the Leeds United Foundation and create an exciting partnership, please contact [email protected] to discuss further.

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