Taking the chance out of success for our young people, and making it a choice
This isn’t business as usual, and it’s a time of great stress and uncertainty. It’s also a moment in time when the work we’re doing is its most critical.
My time and thinking is now wholly focused on COVID-19 and on how DMSF can restart, recover and best play its role to ensure the mental health needs of our young people, staff and supporters is met. My team and I want you to know DMSF will continue to do its part, and we won’t stop looking for new opportunities to ensure the most vulnerable in society are supported.
Our response to COVID19 will define a generation. Please donate and help us to support the most vulnerable children and young people in our care so that they can cope with today and prepare for tomorrow.
We just can’t wait to share this news…. we are delighted to report that DMSF has it’s first ever homegrown British Champion!
This weekend, DMSF athlete Aimee Pratt and DMSF Performance Coach Vicente Modahl achieved a new personal best, clocking a World Leading, Championship Best Performance, of 9min 30.73secs, winning GOLD in the women’s 3000m Steeplechase at the Müller British Athletics Championships 2020, held on Saturday 5 August at her home track in Manchester.
This was Aimee’s first British Championship title and she is currently the fastest in the WORLD! Aimee and coach we are SO proud of you.
But we’re not done yet. Please help us support every young person on our programmes to reach their best in Sport, Education and Employment, and donate today.
Every penny that you give will go straight to initiatives that support those families most in need in the community.
“It’s like family really, it’s like home”
Hasan Uddin DMSF Young Person & Sports Leader
Our Young People
For the next few months DMSF will focus its support around giving to those in the most critical need and supporting our young people is of the utmost priority. To this end we’re working hard with our partners and the local community to coordinate support for our young people; this includes access to remote training sessions, exercise videos, live streaming initiatives, top tips to cope during lockdown; 1:1 counselling over the phone and online, and an online mentoring service. Visit our Young People section on the website for more information.
Donate through Ziffit
You can donate to favourite charity directly through Ziffit, a free online service that values unwanted Books, CDs, DVDs & Games. Use this lockdown time to clear out your drawers and wardrobes, and show your support for DMSF by trading in your unwanted belongings for money that will be donated straight to the Foundation?
The 2.6 Challenge
Help our very own Bex change the world and Save the UK’s Charities! We need your support to keep our young people safe, fed and happy. DMSF Programme Manager Bex Wilson will be taking on the 2.6 challenge to help raise vital funds for DMSF. You can help her hit her target of £1,026 by donating TODAY.
Answers to frequently asked questions to offer guidance in responding to the coronavirus disease, COVID-19
For the next few months, DMSF will focus its support around giving to those in the most critical need and supporting our young people is of the utmost priority. To this end we’re working hard with our partners and the local community to coordinate support for our young people, but we need YOUR HELP to do more. Click here to read how we’re coordinating our efforts with KIND and Whitworths.
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Absolutely fabulous newsletter, I loved reading the stories! The inclusion of young people and behind the scenes is amazing. Well done to all involved.
Diane Modahl Sports Foundation
The Diane Modahl Sports Foundation (DMSF) is a registered charity which works with young people from disadvantaged areas across the North West, enabling them to make the most of themselves in sport, school and life.
Registered charity number 1150767 in England and Wales
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