Emmerdale actress and SEED ambassador Gemma Oaten delivered an informative talk on the dangers of eating disorders to a group of Club Doncaster Sports College students at the Keepmoat Stadium today.
Children attending the Foundation’s annual play on the pitch event at the Keepmoat Stadium walked and jogged five laps of the pitch with Donny Dog as they completed the ‘Mile for Mind’ during Mental Health Awareness Week.
Social media companies must do more to stop online abuse. That is why this weekend we are coming together with English football and other sports and organisations, to boycott social media and demand change.
The Foundation's new community gym has opened its doors for the first time today.
Fejiri Okenabirhie and Charlotte Dinsdale joined more than 200 primary school children from Club Doncaster Foundation partner schools to take part in anti-racism workshops hosted by Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) on EFL Day of Action.
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).