Aldershot Town are delighted to welcome a group of young people from Guildford’s Halow Project to tomorrow’s game against Solihull Moors at the EBB Stadium.
The Guildford-based charity, which supports young people aged 16-35 with a learning disability on their journey into and through adult life, return to the EBB Stadium courtesy of free tickets for the Club’s Community Stand.
Halow, whose Patron is former Formula One World Champion Damon Hill, aims to ensure that every person with a learning disability has the same life choices and chances as any other person. Started in 2006 as a social enterprise company to co-ordinate social activities, Halow has grown to support over 200 young people with a unique blend of activities and the chance to enjoy an active social life, make new friends and find further educational and employment training.
Aldershot Town’s Community Stand is supported by a group of companies, charities, community groups and individuals to provide free tickets for a diverse range of potential new supporters, and particularly those people who might not otherwise get the chance to experience professional football on their doorstep.
The scheme is supported by Wellesley Grainger PLC, TAG Farnborough Airport, Millgrove Construction, Last of the Summer Wine, and the Children with Special Needs Foundation.
For further information on obtaining tickets for your community group, or becoming a partner in the scheme, please contact Mark Simmons on 01252 320211 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.