The Hull FC Foundation has teamed up with the Anna Maria Charitable Trust to deliver a new project called ‘Moving On Up’.
After receiving significant funding from the Anna Maria Charitable Trust, the Black & Whites’ Foundation will be able to deliver a range of sessions across the city to help improve men’s physical and mental fitness.
The sessions, which will include rugby league and multi-sports activities, will be free to attend on a turn-up-and-play basis. They will last for 10-weeks at each venue as the club strives to cover all areas of the city across 24 months.
The two-year ‘Moving On Up’ project is funded by the Anna Maria Charitable Trust, a Hull & East Riding organisation.
The Anna Maria Charitable Trust is designed to help community groups, such as the Hull FC Foundation, and small charities that operate in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire, providing grants for charitable activities that provide recreational opportunities to assist people in overcoming depression, isolation or mobility issues, as well as giving support to adults 40 years of age and over who are suffering from physical or mental health problems.
Not only will participants of the ‘Moving On Up’ project be able to engage in fun sporting activities, but they will also be offered the opportunity to stay behind and discuss any issues they may be facing over some refreshments.
More details on events will be announced in due course on hullfc.com.