BURTON Albion Community Trust (BACT) have released the ‘Inspiring Our Communities’ 2018-19 Impact Report. The report highlights delivery across the School Sport, Football Development, Health & Wellbeing, Inclusive Sport and Education & Learning scopes of work.
The report is in line with BACT’s three-year strategy from 2017-2020. This year's report has been produced following extensive consultation both internally and externally, as well as local, regional and national policy consideration related to the scopes of work that BACT deliver on.
The second year of the delivery of the strategy has been an exciting challenge, as well as an extremely successful one for BACT, which the 2018-19 Impact Report displays.
Matt Hancock, Head of Community, said: “We have a clear focus on getting better at everything we do. We have an unbelievable workforce and one that I am very proud of.
“They genuinely make a difference to people’s lives every single day and on top of this are proud to be representing Burton Albion Football Club as well as our wonderful charity.”
BACT’s strategic aims are to; Deliver High Quality; Create a Positive Journey; Measure and Evidence Impact and Govern and Lead Effectively.
John Jackson, Chairman of BACT, said: “The successful delivery in two years has ensured that we are on our way to achieve our mission of ‘Making a difference to our communities through the power of sport and brand of Burton Albion FC.’
“Since our inception in September 2010, our engagement numbers have grown together with our investment in the local community.
"In the last year we have continued to engage these numbers however we have built an excellent infrastructure in both staff and facilities that is enabling us now to gain the sufficient evidence of the impact that we make on our local communities.”
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