Community Projects.

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Wigan Warriors Community Foundation delivers a wide range of projects to meet community, educational and health needs. By using the famous Wigan Warriors ethos and links to the players we have delivered some truly outstanding projects for a wide range of groups. Some examples of our recent projects are below:

Inspiring Futures

Using the power of sport, Inspiring Futures will engage young people aged between 11 and 14 years who have been identified as being vulnerable & likely to engage in risky behaviours, Anti-Social Behaviour and/or crime in an innovative intervention programme. Working in partnership with the Rugby Football League & the Youth Endowment Fund, Wigan Warriors Community Foundation will deliver the project in local schools/communities to promote positive, aspirational messages to youngsters using person centred approaches.

Doorstep Sport Empowerment Plus

Working in partnership with Street Games, the Doorstep Empowerment Plus project aims to provide a vibrant and varied sporting offer to young people in disadvantaged communities and are designed to grow 14-25 year olds motivation and ability to adopt a sporting habit for life. The Doorstep Sport sessions are fun, informal sports clubs that operate at the right time, in the right place, for the right price and in the right style. Together, they provide an exciting and varied sports offer to impoverished young people, improving motivation and encouraging them to develop long-term sporting habits.

Wheelchair Rugby League

We are hosting a taster session for anyone who would like to give wheelchair rugby a try. This session will run before the Wigan Warriors Wheelchair team training session on Wednesday evenings 7-9pm. Sessions will be at Standish High School, Wigan.

Rugby Memories

Rugby Memories is a dementia friendly group. We meet weekly and offer a variety of activities including quizzes, games, crafting, boccia and light exercise. Refreshments are provided. Rugby Memories takes place on Tuesday’s at 2-4pm at St Cuthbert’s Rugby Club, Montrose Avenue.

Offload

Offload is a free 10-week programme that empowers men to build and maintain good mental wellbeing by equipping them with the tools and techniques needed to tackle issues such as low mood, anxiety, stress and depression. The Offload session takes place on a Monday evening from 6pm at Robin Park Arena.

For more information on our Offload programme click HERE

Touch Rugby

A free ongoing 12 week touch rugby programme in partnership with Wigan Council. Offering Wigan Warriors Fans the Opportunity to Lead a healthier lifestyle and Play Touch rugby. Open to men over 18 with a BMI over 25 - Sessions are on Fridays 6-7:30pm

All of the above sessions are free to attend, for more details contact [email protected]