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Nominate Notts County FC Football in the Community as your Charity of the Year

As an Independent Charity, Notts County FC Football in the Community (FITC) rely on funding and donations to enable us to continue to offer various projects throughout the community to some of the most disadvantaged areas of Nottinghamshire. Many local businesses have signed up to be a Community Partner and have donated funds, time and [...]
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Kinetik Fitness Nominate Notts County FITC as their Charity of the Year for 2017/18

FITC are pleased to announce that Kinetik Fitness have chosen FITC to be their first ever Charity of the Year resulting in them becoming our latest Community Partner. The news means that over the next 12 months, FITC and Kinetik will be working together to offer great opportunities to the local community and raise funds for […]

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Nicholas Humphreys Estate Agents Nottingham join forces with FITC as their newest Community Partner

Nicholas Humphreys Estate Agents in Nottingham have recently announced that they have chosen Notts County FC Football in the Community as a Charity Partner for 2017/18. They have kindly agreed to do a number of fundraising events and activities in aid of FITC throughout the year.   Jonathan MacDonald, Director of Nicholas Humphreys said: “We’re [...]
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FITC go on a Bakewell Ramble

FITC Go On A Bakewell Ramble On Saturday 24th June 2017, FITC are holding a Sponsored Walk around the Peak District to help raise funds for the work we do throughout Nottinghamshire. Our CARE project aims at supporting people throughout their recovery from Cancer and many of the participants from this programme are taking part [...]
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Notts County FC Football in the Community [FITC] are successful in their bid to win £50,000

FITC’s early-intervention schools project, named “Primary Goals 2” [PG2], has secured £50,000 funding from the Big Lottery through ITV’s The People’s Projects. FITC went head to head in the two week voting period with four other projects from the Midlands and managed to secure enough votes from the public to bring the funding to Nottinghamshire. [...]
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