Bristol Rovers Community Trust
Originally launched in 1992 as part of the PFA’s nationwide Football in the Community initiative to encourage children to play football and support their local club.
The Community Trust has evolved, achieving charitable status in 2001, six years later coming under the governance of the Football League Trust and can now offer projects to people aged from 4 to over 80 years old.
Bristol Rovers Community Trust works with a wide spectrum of the community offering social inclusion, health, education and sports participation projects to give people the opportunity of enhancing and improving their life choices. We aim to engage and inspire people of all ages as well as unite the communities in which they live.
- To promote social inclusion
- To educate boys and girls of all ages
- To increase sports participation in and around the community
- To improve the health of boys, girls, men and women
- To enhance and improve life choices
Enhancing and elevating life choices through sport and community work
To work with a wide spectrum of the community, offering projects in four themes of work: sport, participation, education, health and social inclusion
Selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty, and leadership