Reconnecting with Nature
Football has a great opportunity to reconnect with nature.
Predominantly played outdoors in natural green spaces, there is a plethora of activity that can happen to support natural wild habitats to thrive.
Maybe you can donate space to local schools to act as nature reserves or living study centres?
Are there areas of you local community where the football club can make a difference to wildlife and the ecosystems?
• Local litter pick or plastic removal from canals and rivers paths
• Rewilding projects
• Woodland Trust projects
• Canals & Rivers Trust
CHARITY OF THE YEAR 2022/23
Birmingham County Football Association and their Save Today, Play Tomorrow programme is pleased to have partnered with Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trust as their Charity of the Year for the 2022/23 season. It is hoped through this brand-new partnership that BCFA member clubs and their supports can play a part helping to raise the Trust's profile and encourage and adopt regular fundraising through a series of planned activities from wildlife gardening, citizen science, volunteering, campaigning, events, and training courses at one of the Trust's six nature reserves or two environmental education centres. You can find out more here.
The Save Today, Play Tomorrow project is continually looking for partners that meet our primary aims in tackling climate change and societal issues through football.
If you are keen to join us, then please email Support@BirminghamFA.com
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