Monday 21 September

Kintore United Football Club Covid-19 Grant

"Kintore United Football Club are delighted to have received a Covid-19 grant from IYSF. The application process was simple and the form was easy to complete. The grant has allowed over 200 children to return to physical activities within our small village, at a time when children have been restricted with what they can and can’t do. The grant has allowed us to return to training in a safe and professional manner following government and SFA guidelines. It was imperative to us as a local team that we ensured all members of the club returned in a safe manner and the Covid grant has allowed us to do this by helping purchase sanitizing equipment and additional club equipment all of which means along with social distancing we can ensure our players return in a safe and fun environment. The IYSF have ensured this process has been completely seamless and have been a valuable resource to the club during these difficult times"

Scott Graham, Kintore United Football Club

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