Daisy Programme team up with Dereham FC

8th September 2020

The Daisy Programme, based in Watton, are an incredible local charity doing hugely important work to support the survivors of domestic abuse in the Breckland area.

That’s why I am delighted to hear that they have teamed up with Dereham Football Club to raise awareness of their work.

Next season, Dereham FC will feature The Daisy Programme’s logo prominently on their first team home and away kits, as well as their tracksuits. Members of the club’s academy will also receive domestic abuse awareness training to help start a wider conversation around the topic.

This is a great partnership to see – the likes of which we want to see much more of! Especially given the pandemic of domestic abuse that has been triggered during the Covid crisis.

To learn more about The Daisy Programme’s work, please visit the website here

To read more about the charity’s partnership with Dereham FC, please visit here

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