Registered Charity 1120515
Aims Of The Foundation
The aim of the foundation is to give disadvantaged, able bodied and disabled youngsters an opportunity to play snooker.
The specific aims of the charity would be to fund local snooker activities across the UK and Ireland.
The primary target would be in developing the interest of snooker in the 8 -12 year olds age bracket and specifically targeting under privileged and disabled children in their infancy of playing snooker.
Try To Get Kids Off The Streets
Locally qualified coaches.and clubs would apply for financial grants to the foundation, and in turn they would provide coaching sessions within their own communities at existing facilities such as snooker or social clubs. Each scheme would be assessed on its individual merits.
The organisation also intends to make facilities available for disabled children so they also have an opportunity to participate and use the facilities, thereby further reducing social exclusion in those areas.
Part of the coaching/training sessions that the organisation will provide will focus on educating children on the dangers of becoming involved in anti-social behaviour (e.g. drink, drugs) and on wider social issues (such as bullying and racism).
It is hoped that by educating children and raising their awareness of these issues that it will lead to improvements in their conditions of life and will have a positive impact on the community and will be in the interests of public welfare.
The foundation will be working closely with the Police and Local Communities throughout the UK.
Please contact us by filling in the form on the left or by post or telephone from the details below. Thankyou
Address: The Paul Hunter Foundation
13 Poolcroft, Sale, Cheshire, M33 2LF
Rob Anderson - Company Accountant (FCA / ATII)
Gareth Williams - Company Solicitor (BASL SDRP CEDR Law Society)
Charlotte Parker - Company Secretary
Steve Davis, Willie Thorne, John Virgo & Dennis Taylor
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