FILLIES SPORT & HEALTH DEVELOPMENT WORKERS ARE STILL WORKING DURING THE LOCKDOWN. CONTACT US IF YOU NEED HELP OR JUST A FRIENDLY VOICE FOR A CHAT. 'WERE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER'
Fillies home delivered pancake packages which included:
Pancake mix,nutella,lemon,strawberries,Banana to participants
Using Zoom we all celebrated Shrove Tuesday TOGETHER.
Fillies home delivered Movie Night packages which included:
Popcorn, haribo,crisp,fizzy drink to participants
Using Zoom we all watched 'Mulan' the movie TOGETHER
Fillies home delivered Art kit to participants, which included
Canvas frame, brushes, paints, secret character drawing
Using Zoom we opened our sheet, drew and painted our characters
THANK YOU CHILDREN IN NEED TOGETHER
WE PROVIDED ACTIVITY WHICH ENABLED THE CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE TO STAY SAFE INDOORS AS INSTRUCTED BY GOVERNMENT WHILST STILL SEEING THEIR FRIENDS. REDUCING ISOLATION, ANXIETY & MAINTAINING GOOD PHYSICAL,EMOTIONAL & MENTAL HEALTH
TOGETHER WE DID IT!
Fillies favourite Skye has progressed from Everton Girls Disability to the Ladies squad.
Her mum Paula sent this message:
Skye is progressing more and more at Everton and its down to you Fillies, were she began football, she was accepted and welcomed and learnt her football but more importantly gave her confidence and belief.
She will always see herself as a Fillie
We are delighted to inform you that our camp friend Cam'ron has been selected to play in his first football team @ Bootle Bucks Pumas
Cam'rons mum Sarah sent us this message:
Cam now plays for Bootle Bucks inclusion and he loves it. He is doing so well, thank you so so much for all the patience your staff had with him. You are all fantastic!
Fillies supported Cam and helped him find his love for football and gain confidence and self esteem
Cam will be coming to see you all soon as he really misses everyone.
Thank you All
Cam'ron was supported by Fillies sport & health development workers whom are funded by Steve Morgan Foundation and Children in Need.
This three year grant of £136,756 will fund two Community sport and health development workers salaries for 30 hours per week,including travel, training , desk rental costs, marketing and promotion of the project.
The continued support from Children in need will enable Tasha and Alex to improve the physical, emotional and mental health of those participating,improve the confidence and self esteem of the young people who are participating and will raise the aspirations of participants and equip them with the skills to support them into a more employable, prosperous adulthood.
The Fillies GFC has been awarded £24,984 from the Community Transition Fund towards the sport and health development project. This will be used for salaries for our three Community sport & health development workers to bridge a four month gap in funding posts, allowing them to continue their work in Sefton. The grant provided funding to produce a small computer suite next to our office .