The official charity of Everton Football Club, Everton in the Community, has today launched Trinity Project.
The project is an ambitious five-year strategic plan which sets out the charity’s bold vision to create stronger communities and brighter futures for Liverpool City Region.
Everton in the Community unveiled its new strategy to a wide array of key stakeholders at a breakfast briefing event at Goodison Pak, and introduced attendees to EitC Learns, EitC Minds and EitC Thrives; three powerful pillars which will form the Trinity Project, each designed to create lasting impact and bring positive change to the communities it serves.
“We are incredibly proud that our work and programmes have been delivering positive changes to thousands of people within our communities for more than 35 years but every day we are faced with the ever-growing challenges and inequalities that our city is battling. We have an ability and a responsibility to make a difference and the time to act is now,” Everton in the Community Chief Executive Officer Sue Gregory said.
“With the implementation of our new Trinity Project strategic plan, we will wage a relentless battle against poverty, inequality and health disparities and pave the way for a brighter future by empowering thousands of residents to achieve meaningful work, better health, enriched lives and lifelong learning.
“With the support of like-minded people and partners, we are committed to making a lasting legacy in the places where we live, work and play and will ensure that everyone has access to the support they need to be the best they can be, regardless of who they are, where they live or the challenges they face.”
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