Our Club Partner, the Falkirk Foundation, recently received national recognition for its CAMHS (Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services) programme.
The project was recognised at the Scottish FA Grassroots awards ceremony as the ‘Best Community Football Project for all’.
Falkirk FC Chief Executive, Jamie Swinney commented.
“On behalf of Falkirk FC, we wish to extend our congratulations to Derek Allison and his team for this fantastic achievement. For a local programme, delivered by our Foundation, to receive a national award, is a tremendous sign of recognition, and one that is duly deserved. Our Foundation is a key partner within the club, playing a vital role in supporting the club’s community engagement and development. Through our Foundation, we reach many more people than we as a club, could do alone. The Foundation’s programmes positively impact the lives of thousands of people every year with the CAMHS project an integral component of their social inclusion work.”
“We are proud to celebrate this award with our partners and to help recognise the amazing people that both deliver and participate in this project. For Falkirk FC to once again be a progressive and successful club, a club we can all be proud of, we need our Foundation to be a key partner in everything we do. Our commitment as a club is therefore to continue to support the Foundation in everything they do, and to work collaboratively to help their projects grow and thrive. I would encourage everyone associated to Falkirk FC to share our pride in the Foundations achievement and celebrate their success.”