Football Welcomes – a project set up by Amnesty International - provides a place for refugees and people seeking asylum to create community and play football.
Today, the English Football League (EFL) will mark its fifth Day of Action, where all 72 Clubs from its three divisions come together to demonstrate the impact that football has in positively changing people’s lives.
Rovers forward Fejiri Okenabirhie and Belles defender Charlotte Dinsdale will join former Premier League goalkeeper and Show Racism the Red Card founder Shaka Hislop for an anti-racism workshop on EFL Day of Action (April 14, 2021).
Club Doncaster Foundation – along with Doncaster Rovers, Doncaster Rovers Belles and the Dons - is joining football clubs across the country this month to welcome refugees and people seeking asylum, as part of Amnesty International’s Football...
A group of Doncaster Rovers fans received a special matchday care package as they were invited to tune in to the Oxford United and Rovers fixture with fans of both clubs.
Club Doncaster Foundation are teaming up with Oxford United in the Community to help combat loneliness in their respective areas through the medium of a “Matchday Watch-along".
It was great news for the Foundation’s health and wellbeing officer Lauren Cuttell on Friday night as she won the coveted Doncaster Business Hero Award at the Doncaster Chamber awards ceremony.