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WHAT IS LUTON TOWN COMMUNITY TRUST?

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14:48 11th November 2015

The Luton Town Football Club Community Trust is a registered charity proud to represent Luton Town Football Club.

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The Trust is a charitable company limited by guarantee, incorporated on 7th January 2008 and registered as a charity on 5 March 2008 with the Charities Commission. The company was established under a Memorandum of Association which established the objects and powers of the charitable company and is governed under its Articles of Association.

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The Trust is governed by Charity law and a Board of Trustees exists to provide direction and support to the Trust ensure the Trust meets its charitable objectives and aims.
The Trust is committed to providing a range of community services to the people of Luton & Bedfordshire that seek to use the power of football to make a positive difference in the areas of  sports participation, education, health and social cohesion & inclusion.

Our key objective is to build links with our local community that has given Luton Town Football Club such fantastic support and commitment over the years and to seek to broaden this support to all members of our diverse community in a way that improves the quality of lives through football, regardless of social status, ethnicity, gender or ability.

With a dedicated and passionate workforce the Trust is committed to delivering a wide range of affordable activities and projects alongside our key partners concentrating on our four key areas of sports participation, education , health and social integration & inclusion.


    SPOTLIGHT ON LUTON TOWN COMMUNITY TRUST

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    13:54 11th November 2015

    SPOTLIGHT ON LUTON TOWN COMMUNITY TRUST

    The Luton Town FC Community Trust is a registered charity proud to represent Luton Town Football Club in the local community. The Trust is a charitable company limited by guarantee and registered as a charity on 5 March 2008 with the Charities Commission. The Trust is committed to providing a range of community services to the people of Luton & Bedfordshire that seek to use the power of football to make a positive difference in the areas of sports participation, education, health and social cohesion.

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    Our key objective is to build links with all members of our diverse community in a way that improves the quality of lives through football, regardless of social status, ethnicity, gender or ability. Sport is a highly motivational tool and can encourage, motivate and inspire individuals regardless of background to achieve their potential. 

    All of our Community programmes are aimed at strengthening self-esteem, developing personal skills, promoting healthy behaviours and lifestyles, and in doing so improve academic achievement, enhance employability and increase the feeling of self-worth and wellbeing.

    Each week the Trust engages with over 3,500 individuals through our various programmes in schools , colleges, youth groups and voluntary organisations. The Trusts coaching staff deliver over 70 free hours of curriculum PE every week into local schools reaching over 200 school children each day. Our after schools programmes reach over 400 young children every week and our 15 talent identification centres reach over 350 young players weekly. Our 12 Girls and Womens weekly centres now reach over 140 players and we also now proudly sponsor and coach our own LTFC Mens Disability Football team.

    Luton Town FC Community Trust is a Registered Charity: 1123078

    Contact Luton Town Community Trust

    Call 01582 737568

      COMMUNITY TRUST: FOCUS ON MENS DISABILITY FOOTBALL

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      17:26 20th January 2016

      We head to Dunstable to see the Hatters and the Boaters in action

      Every Friday, Luton Town Community Trust run a mens football session specifically for disable adults in the local area. 

      The session is a great way for men with a range of learning difficulties and disabilities to get together, make new friends and get active.

      We caught up with Kevin Thoburn, Coach Andy, and a couple of the players from 'The Hatters' and 'The Boaters' teams to find out more.

      If you're interested in getting involved, contact the Luton Town Community Trust now by calling 01582 737568, or email: community@lutontown.co.uk