Development and Mentoring in schools

We want to to give children the opportunity to engage in sporting programmes, led and mentored by ex-professional athletes, that help develop skills and confidence
What we do

What we do

We provide a football mentoring programme to girls and boys from ages 6-16 with the aim of improving school work, behaviour and raising self-esteem.

How we do it

How we do it

Our mentorship programme is delivered by ex-professional footballers for a full school year (36 weeks), through group work and 1-to-1 sessions

Where we do it

Where we do it

We work with schools and other organisations to provide support and activities that develop the skills, confidence and capabilities of each child

Meet our Trustees

Our trustees ensure that the money we raise is used in the best possible way to achieve our vision and mission as a charity
Stuart Bestwick

Stuart Bestwick

Chairman

Stuart is committed to putting something back into the community, especially helping those from a similar background to his own.

Lee Canoville

Lee Canoville

Coach & Trustee

After a successful career as a professional footballer Lee discovered a passion for coaching younger players.

Adam Cotterill

Adam Cotterill

Trustee

Adam is heavily involved in charity work and promoting local businesses in Nottingham through his role as a solicitor.

James Wood

James Wood

Trustee

James combined his passion for sport with a desire to teach and is now in his fourth year as a Primary School teacher

Get in Touch

Give us a ring 0800 092 5184

Brighter Futures Through Sport are currently looking for businesses to help support our mission and help us deliver our mentorship programme to schools in Nottingham.

We have a range of different sponsorship opportunities available and if you would like to find out more about how you can get involved please fill out the contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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