An astonishing £80,000 was raised in aid of the homeless at this year’s CEO Sleepout, held at Meadow Lane for only its second time.
Thursday 12th October saw Football in the Community and recently unveiled Community Partner, Grosvenor Casino host their first ever Ladies Night with all proceeds going to FITC.
A ceremony fit for a king . . . well, a prince – FITC travel to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for Coach Core 2017 attended by Princes William and Harry and the Duchess of Cambridge.
With the summer holidays nothing but a distant memory for students across the UK, Notts County Football in the Community (FITC) have continued to strengthen their post 16 education programme and their alternative education provision to support the education and career ambitions for students between the ages of 11 and 19.
On Monday 2nd October, Hempshill Hall Primary School and Notts County Football in the Community welcomed Nottingham North Member of Parliament, Alex Norris, to the first Move and Learn session of the new academic year.
FITC and Notts County FC celebrate the ongoing commitment to community projects with 2017 Community Day against Forest Green Rovers.
Notts County FITC and Nottingham Mental Health Awareness Weeks invite you to The Portland Centre for an afternoon of free activities, speeches, workshops and special guests.
With clear blue skies and the weather topping 19c for an autumn afternoon, 13,000 people including 33 supporters of Football in the Community descended upon Nottingham’s Embankment for the 2017 Ikano Bank Robin Hood Marathon.
Notts County and Notts County FITC distribute 5,000 free tickets to primary schools and FITC project participants to celebrate their continued community investment.