Grassroots Community Project

We are supporting Local Communities and Grass Roots Projects

We have been fortunate enough to have received support from inspiring people throughout fix’s journey. Individuals have given their time, knowledge and experience to help us be where we are today.

All of the fix team are from humble roots, and we value the influence of our communities. We have always prided ourselves on our ethical principles, and, after the events of the pandemic, have realised just how privileged we are. Therefore, starting at the beginning of the 2021/22 season, we are launching our ‘Grassroots Community Project’.

We will be donating each month to groups that share our core values and love of football; be this Sunday league teams or local schools requiring football equipment. If you think this could benefit your community, please get in touch on our Contact Us page.

5 Oct. 2021

Street Child United

At Street Child United, we use the power of sport to change the negative perceptions and treatment of street-connected young people across the globe. By hosting Street Child World Cups, we provide street-connected young people with the opportunity to travel overseas and represent their country on an international stage. Here, they can advocate for their rights for the world’s press to see, campaigning for access to birth certificates, protection from domestic violence, and access to school and education.

1 Aug. 2021

Rowde C of E Primary Academy

The fix team are excited to announce we are starting a Grassroots Community Project. Each month we will be donating to a good cause and helping support football at grassroots level, by providing any equipment that we can. Our first donation has gone to a primary school in Wiltshire, who got in contact with us to see if we could help.

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