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Doyle marks Mental Health Awareness Week

Following his first season in the Black Country, Tommy Doyle described how important mental health is and the importance of talking to someone. As part of Mental Health Awareness Week and supporting the Premier League’s Inside Matters campaign, Doyle met up with Wolves Foundation’s Head 4 Health participants and engaged...


The 'Calm Oasis' of Molineux Memories

For anyone who has a friend or family member diagnosed with dementia, that relationship is changed forever and the emotions and challenges can sometimes feel overpowering. Both for the person diagnosed with the condition, and their loved ones, there can be new feelings of insecurity, a trepidation and lack of...




Reepa becomes ambassador for Wolves Foundation

Proud Wolverhampton grime artist Reepa is delighted to have become an ambassador of Wolves Foundation and is committed to providing a positive and vibrant representation of his home city. The musician and rapper, real name Amani Allen, was born and brought up in Heath Town, and has combined his work...


Exciting partnership launched with local academy

Wolves Foundation are delighted to announce the launch of a new partnership with Our Lady and St Chad Catholic Academy and Specialist Sports College, offering sixth form students the opportunity to study for a sport qualification alongside their A levels. From this September, students will be able to select a...


John’s story: Without Wolves Foundation I would not be here today

As part of the Premier League’s Inside Matters campaign, we are showcasing the many ways in which Wolves Foundation are engaging with communities to raise awareness of mental health. Head 4 Health has been supported by the Premier League and Professional Footballers' Association's Community Fund, which enables clubs across England and...


Daisy’s story: A positive outlook with Head 4 Health

Head 4 Health remains one of Wolves Foundation’s flagship projects, offering adults the opportunity to improve their mental wellbeing through informal but educational workshops and physical activity. Run thanks to funding from the Premier League and Professional Footballers Association with additional support from the City of Wolverhampton Council, Head 4...


Robert Plant CBE becomes Wolves Foundation Patron

Lifelong Wolves supporter and Vice-President Robert Plant CBE has pledged his backing to the club’s official charity by becoming a patron of Wolves Foundation. The iconic singer/songwriter and Led Zeppelin frontman has made a donation to the Foundation which will benefit a number of the charity’s wide-ranging projects, with a...


Henry inspires Foundation’s Football & Education students

Former Wolves promotion-winning captain Karl Henry has passed on his experience and expertise to a group of students in the Wolves Foundation’s Football & Education College Academy. Henry, one of the team of Foundation ambassadors, made another visit to the City of Wolverhampton College campus on Wellington Road to lead...


Foundation team up with Cif to donate football boots with Re-Kicks project

Can you Re-Kick it? Yes, you can, thanks to a project involving Wolves Foundation that will see thousands of pairs of football boots cleaned up and rehomed across the country helping to spread participation in the Beautiful Game. The Foundation are set to take donations of unused, dirty or outgrown...