The concept of football clubs delivering health initiatives is relatively recent in comparison to some of the more obvious and established work programmes, nevertheless the success of such initiatives has paved the way an constantly evolving health programme at many clubs across the country.

In recent years Wolves Community Trust has played its role in addressing some of the health needs in and around Wolverhampton. With a focus on delivering key health messages, providing health education, promoting healthy eating and encouraging physical activity across the ages, Wolves Community Trust ensures their programmes are delivered to a high standard that meet the needs of the local community. Key to this success is the positive partnership Wolves Community Trust has established with local partners.

Wolves Community Trust will continue to be committed to delivering and engaging in projects that aim to improve the health and wellbeing of the local population.

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