There are many ways that you can support Notts County Football in the Community, and one of the ways is by donating your time.
We run many of our own events throughout the year, and also support large sporting events like the Robin Hood Marathon, and we're always on the lookout for volunteers to help us marshall, shake fundraising buckets and generally spread the FITC message!
Check below to see the upcoming events we require volunteers for. If you're free to help for even a few hours, drop us an email and let us know!
Interested in running for Football in the Community in May 2020? We’d love for you to be part of our team at this years Asda 10k. Thousands will flock to the University of Nottingham (Beeston Campus) start line with a number of incredible ambitions – to raise money for charity, accomplish a PB, run their first 10K and many more! What will be yours? We are urging runners to raise a minimum sponsorship of £100 for FITC. If you’d be interested in one of our places for this, please get in contact with Matt Winn at firstname.lastname@example.org If you’d like to know more about this years event, please visit: https://www.runforall.com/events/10k/nottingham-10k/
Further event details comming soon
We are once again the Sporting Charity Partner for this years Robin Hood Half Marathon. Celebrating its 40th year, this years Robin Hood Half Marathon weekend promises to be the biggest and best yet! We’re on the lookout for FITC runners to represent the charity over this 13 mile course. This year, we are looking for runners to raise a minimum of £200 to run for FITC. We also have many volunteering opportunities available to supporters of the charity throughout this weekend. If you’re keen on doing something amazing in 2020… look no further! Please email Matt Winn at email@example.com for further information regarding this. To read more about this year’s event, please visit: https://www.robinhoodhalfmarathon.co.uk/
In 2020, we have been chosen to be the beneficiary charity of the Viking Challenge. In 1995 the staff and parents of Redmile CofE School decided that it would be more effective to organise one big fund raising event than having lots of small ones across the school year (as is typical in many schools). A parent from Redmile came up with the idea of using the local section of the Viking Way, an ancient track-way originally linking Newark and Stamford, as a means of raising much-needed funds for the school. Each year they choose a charity partner to whom half of the total monies raised are given. The event attracts over 1,400 riders from all over the country, each taking on the 30, 55 and 65km cycle course.
This year, FITC are looking for a core group of volunteers to help throughout this event. We’re on the lookout for volunteers to help us with car park duties, marshalling, tea and cake stands, route planners, marking crew and t-shirt givers. If you’d be interested in donating your time to help us with this event, please get in touch with Matt Winn at firstname.lastname@example.org To read more about the event, please visit: https://www.vikingchallenge.org.uk/
Have you ever wanted to do something incredible, life changing and rewarding? Well Notts County FITC have the most amazing opportunity for you! In partnership with African Adventures, Notts County Football in the Community staff and volunteers will fly out in October 2020 and spend ten days undertaking a number of projects to positively impact the lives of local people in the village of Woe.
Volunteers can choose to support children’s education by assisting teachers with lessons for ages 3-17 or by getting involved in the building and renovation of new learning spaces.
Notts County Football in the Community are looking for volunteers from the age of 16 to help support these essential programmes within Ghana.
If you’re interested in this once in a lifetime experience, please register your interest through the website https://www.african-adventures.co.uk/nottscounty/ or email email@example.com for more information.
On Thursday 12th of November 2020, Nottingham’s most compassionate CEOs, business owners and senior execs will come together to brave a cold night beneath the stars, giving up their warm beds to fight for people in Nottingham who are trapped by poverty and homelessness.
Will you join them?
You’ll bed down with big hearted business leaders, all braving the elements and sleeping outdoors to raise awareness and funds, each person pledging to raise a minimum of £800 to fight homelessness and poverty in Nottingham. To find our further information about this, please visit: https://www.ceosleepoutuk.com/nottingham/