We are thrilled to share an exciting moment that showcases the power of partnership and inclusivity! The Wilf Ward Family Trust is proud to announce its collaboration with York City FC, and we’ve recently had the privilege of discussing this remarkable union on BBC Radio York. In this article, we’ll delve into the heart-warming conversation and provide more insight into our partnership, culminating in a special event on September 9th that promises to be a memorable celebration of inclusivity.
A Soundbite Worth Hearing:
Before we dive into the details of our partnership with York City FC, we invite you to listen to the enlightening soundbite from our BBC Radio York interview. In this excerpt, we share our excitement and commitment to promoting inclusivity in the community.
Listen to the Soundbite here (the interview starts at 1 hour 19 minutes)
The Power of Partnership:
The Wilf Ward Family Trust is known for its unwavering dedication to creating a more inclusive society, and York City FC shares this vision wholeheartedly. Together, we are embarking on a journey that will not only foster a sense of belonging but also champion inclusivity in all its forms.
Our partnership with York City FC is based on the belief that everyone should have the opportunity to participate in sports and leisure activities, regardless of their abilities or background. This collaboration is a testament to our shared commitment to breaking down barriers and promoting an inclusive environment where everyone can thrive.
Mark your calendars for September 9th, 2023, as we come together to celebrate inclusivity and mark the official launch of our partnership with York City FC. This special match promises to be a day filled with joy, unity, and the spirit of togetherness.
We are proud to be part of a partnership that values inclusivity, and we are excited to share this journey with all of you. Stay tuned for more updates and join us on September 9th for a day filled with inclusivity, fun, and togetherness. Together, we can create a place where everyone belongs.