Bolton Wanderers in the Community (BWitC) have released their 2021/22 Impact Report, showcasing the meaningful and extensive work the charity has undertaken over the past 12 months.
Using the power of sport combined with the reach and influence of Bolton Wanderers Football Club, the work of BWitC aims to narrow the gap of disadvantage in health, education, disability and inclusion across Bolton and the wider community.
In this digital document the charity dives into each of their programmes, showcasing their impact through first hand testimonies, staff insight, social media reach and a financial summary of their work.
The Impact Report also offers input from the charity’s Trustees, partners and details how first team players gave back to their community.
Speaking on the work of BWitC over the last year, BWitC CEO Phil Mason said: "Bolton Wanderers in the Community has continued to develop its great work in Bolton. I am delighted by the feedback I receive from so many who talk of the change since the club came under new ownership and the real desire to be a force for good in our town."
"Within the Impact Report, there are some very moving testimonies and stories from participants who engage with us. I want to thank our trustees, staff, volunteers, funders, partners and sponsors who are collectively helping us to deliver positive change in our town."
Neil Hart, Chief Executive Officer of Bolton Wanderers said: “As a club, we are incredibly proud of the work of Bolton Wanderers in the Community. This report showcases how valuable the charity is to so many people in our community and how many lives they impact on a daily basis. Congratulations to Phil and all his team for an outstanding year.”
To read the Bolton Wanderers in the Community Impact Report, click HERE