- Young Citizen Awards 2016
The Young Citizen Award is a annual event to celebrate exceptional voluntary work undertaken by young people across Wolverhampton, where they are nominated to receive the award as recognition. Nominations can be sent by parent, teacher or another young person who knows the young person nominated and they meet the guidelines listed on the promotional flyer.
- Kick it Out Campaign 2016
Wolves Community Trust are delighted to be welcoming Keeley Baptista - Professional Games Manager from Kick it Out, to our forthcoming dedicated fixture V's Birmingham City.
- Easter and May Soccer Schools
After a successful February Soccer School programme in which we saw over 300 different participants across five venues, we look forward to seeing you at our Easter and May Soccer School dates.
- Reach Out Project - A Football Inclusion Project With Nova Training
Wolves Community Trust has joined forces with six other professional football clubs from across the Midlands to deliver a Sport England funded project to inactive young people across the Midlands communities.
- New Cross Hospital Unveil Wolves Aid Latest Donation
New Cross Hospital was delighted recently to unveil Wolves Aid's contribution, a tactile wall mural, to the New Urgent and Emergency Care Centre.
- Events Across The City - Queen'S Honours And Awards
Volunteers from across the City recently enjoyed an evening of awareness raising for the Queen's Honours and Awards.
- Wolves Fans Launch Sir Jack Statue Fundraising Campaign
Fans and community leaders have today announced their plans to back the Sir Jack Hayward Statue project, with a supporter and community fundraising campaign.
- Wolves Aid - 900K to Local Charities
Wolves Aid - the community donations arm of Wolves Community Trust - has started the New Year by marking £870, 272 in donations to charities and community groups since 2008.
- February Half-term Soccer Schools
After a successful Christmas Soccer School programme in which we saw over 200 participants across three venues, we look forward to seeing you at our February Half Term Soccer School dates.
- PL Kicks plays Golf
The Premier League Kicks Project worked in partnership with the 3 Hammers Golf Club and England Golf to offer young people who regularly attend the project in Wolverhampton a chance to enjoy coaching from an experienced Golf Professional and use the fantastic golfing facilities
- Want to play the Wolves Way?
Are you aged 16-18? Do you want to:
- Work, train and play the Wolves Way?
- Gain qualifications that will support a career in sport?
- Represent WWFC at local, regional and national Futsal competitions?
- Charities Visit Molineux
To celebrate funding awards from both Wolves Aid and The Morgan Foundation, Steve Morgan's charity, three groups have visited Molineux on recent match-days.