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Please help support our work by sending any donations to:
Street Football Wales,
YMCA 1 The Kingsway,
Swansea, SA1 5JQ
Any cheques can be made payable to Street Football Wales and would be gratefully received.
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Get in touch to discuss how you or your organisation could help support Street Football Wales. We recognise all our sponsors on this page and are grateful for all the support and docation we receive.
Street Football Wales Patron, Ashley Williams
Welsh international footballer and Swansea City defender Ashley Williams pledges his support for Street Football Wales.
"I'm very passionate about Street Football Wales and think it's important to give socially excluded people hope and a passion for something. Playing for a football team offers an opportunity for people to make friends for life, to feel part of something and important".
Ashley's own foundation WillsWorld aims to help out those in need, especially deserving and under-privileged children.
Street Football Wales Ambassador, Ash Randall
We are very pleased to greet Ash Randall as our first ever Ambassador.
Professional Football Freestyler and 3 time Guiness World record holder pledges his support for Street Football Wales.
"I fully support the work that Street Football Wales is doing, I understand that homelessness can affect anyone and would like to help in any way I can. Street Football Wales gives me the opportunity to share and teach my skills and hopefully inspire others to believe in themselves".
Check out Ash's website at www.AshFreestyle.co.uk
Gwalia Care and Support
_Working in partnership with Street Football Wales to support the development of a national network of Street Football Leagues in Wales through the provision of guidance, infrastructure and business support.
As an organisation with similar values to Street Football Wales, Gwalia sees the benefits and impacts of the project to participants and society in general. Whilst initially delivering support for management structure, Gwalia will also work alongside the Street Football Wales Committee with the aim of achieving a structure capable of delivering the project past our three year support deal.
Visit Gwalia Care & Support's website
Game On Wales
Game ON Wales proudly supports the activity of Street Football Wales. Both share the same objectives in using football as a tool to tackle social inclusion across Wales.
Game ON Wales are committed to supporting the Street Football Wales Project and both will continue to work in partnership and compliment each other, encouraging individuals to take an active role in their own lives through achievement and self development.
Visit the Game On website
The Big Issue Cymru
_The Big Issue Cymru's Managing Director Alex Hinds on Street Football Wales:
"The Big issue Cymru wholeheartedly supports the activity of Street Football Wales. They not only work with homeless people, but more importantly share the same objective of the Big Issue in that people need to take positive action themselves to move forward from their situation. Football and sport is undoubtedly one of the tools that can be made available to people to achieve this, as is selling the Big Issue. Partnership working with an organisation like this really isn't a difficult decision to make and we wish this one every success going forward".
Visit the Big Issue Cymru's website
PG10 Coaching offers opportunities to children and young people of all ages and ability to get involved in football and get active. We offer a wide range of football opportunities to cater for all, and offer unique opportunities for schools, organisations, junior teams and individuals. PG10 Coaching aim to develop children and young people of any ability in a fun and safe environment and educate discipline and life skills.
PG10 value and support the activities of Street Football Wales and encourage groups, organisations and individuals to support their activities. PG10 would like to wish the “Welsh Dragons” every success in the Homeless World Cup in Mexico 2012".
Visit PG10's website
Show Racism the Red Card
_Show Racism the RED Card’s Welsh Campaign will be supporting and following the Welsh team who will be warming up in SRtRC Welsh T-shirts during the tournament.
Campaign Worker Jason Webber said "We are constantly striving to support more clubs and groups in Wales in our community and are proud to support our Nation in the up and coming World Cup in Mexico."
Visit the SRtRC website
T4YP - Time 4 Young People
As a theme of time banking T4YP (Time for Young People) promotes active citizenship by empowering young people to become active agents of change within their local communities.
We are excited to be working with Street Football Wales and supporting them in developing its active citizenship programme. Street Football Wales embodies our values of empowering people from across South Wales to have a positive impact on their local communities regardless of their background or situation. It promotes a mutual exchange by giving its members opportunities to actively engage on the programme and to then also be thanked for their contribution.
Visit the T4YP website
Street Football Wales provides the opportunity for the teams to practise and train at the best facility that Swansea & Newport can provide and Play Football support them to progress to the Homeless World Cup.
Check out Play Football's website at www.playfootball.net to hire out their facilities for functions, games, parties and general fitness.
Coastal Community Services
As part of the Coastal Housing Group, Community Services’ remit is "to work in partnership with voluntary sector partners, the local authority and with the association’s own clients, in delivering high quality supportive accommodation and services to people who are in the greatest need".
With this in mind, Coastal Housing is proud to be ongoing sponsors of the Street Football Wales scheme, and shares the vision of inclusion and support that is at the core of the scheme's work.
Visit the Coastal website
Welsh Sports News
_Welsh Sports News is an independent website aiming to provide a unique insight into a wide range of sports in Wales.
Welsh Sports News has published articles on Street Football Wales and has interviewed players and support workers from the project. If you have a story to tell contact Welsh Sports News using any one of the following: