Newcastle United Foundation’s Lifestyles Programme Wins Three Awards
The Newcastle United Foundation Lifestyles team has received three awards at the C-Card & Sexual Health Training Event 2015.
The Foundation came fourth place for overall achievement in c-cards and screens, second place for sign posting and first in our ‘Outlets ‘category.
Lifestyles, which was designed by Project Coordinator Charlene Walker and is now delivered by Project Officer Ashley Lowe aims to educate young people about sexual health, risks of taking drugs and alcohol and the benefits of increasing physical activity.
This project is part of Newcastle United Foundation’s Health and Wellbeing programme which aims to use the power of football to educate people towards making informed, healthier choices and lead healthier lifestyles.
Kate Bradley, Head of Newcastle United Foundation said “We are delighted that the impact of our Lifestyles programme on young people in Newcastle has been formally recognised. Promoting active and healthy lifestyles is at the core of the Foundation’s work and we are proud that our staff have received these awards.”
To find out more about the project please contact Charlotte Dodson at firstname.lastname@example.org
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