We've given a massive £43,209 to 123 organisations or communities in the local area. Here are some of our most recent donations.
Brian Sweeney is the Manager (U14’s) and Club Chairman
of Sprinewood Junior Football Club. Sadly, the club were
recently hit by an arson attack which destroyed all their
equipment and devastated the club. They are rebuilding
the club at the moment and the Motorvate donation will
really help them to do this. We hope to seem them back up
and fully running very soon!
Sean Deboe runs Great Crosby Colts junior football club.
His sons play for the U14’s and U9’s team and they’ll be
starting an U7’s team in September. Sean started the club
himself and it slowly grew as more children joined. Sean
managed all the teams himself until some of the parents
got involved. The team were delighted to win the Premier
Cup recently and this donation will help them with training
equipment and to participate in more competitions.
Jason Crescenti wants to support Woolton Air Cadets.
They provide amazing opportunities for young people
aged from 13-20 from all backgrounds. The children are
challenged and taken on amazing adventures. They get to
do things like; camping, shooting, flying, sports, the Duke of
Edinburgh, BTEC qualifications and much more. They also
help charities and community groups where they can.
Jason’s daughter is a cadet and has had many great
experiences including attending D-Day services in
Normandy, taking a flight in a Chinook helicopter,
marshalled at charity races, charity bag packs at
supermarkets and much more.
The cadets have a commitment and dedication to
enhancing young people’s lives. At the moment the mini
bus they use is coming to the end of its life and they need
a contribution towards a new one. They travel all over
completing activities, supporting the community and
attending events so the mini bus is really important for
them to continue the great work they do.
Andrew Taylor is the Manager of the U8’s Bromborough and
Eastham Junior Football club and his sons also play for the
club. The team train during the week and play in various
leagues at the weekend. The club gives boys and girls the
chance to get involved in football and sports. The donation
will help them buy training kit and equipment.
MOTORVATE funds are linked to JLR Attendance. We have failed to reach our attendance target for the last quarter and therefore our funds are reducing. We need good attendance to keep the donations to good causes going. Application forms are available in any People Centre.
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