CELTIC FC Foundation are delighted to announce that there has been a phenomenal response to our 2015 Sporting Dinner and the event is now sold out.
This has been a flagship initiative in the charity calendar for almost 20 years and we are thrilled that, for the second year in a row, BT Sport have committed to supporting our 2015 offering on Thursday, March 5.
Attended by members of the first-team squad, it will be an evening of top-class entertainment, with host Paul Cooney, after-dinner speaker Mick Miller, a Q&A with Gordon Strachan, an auction and raffle hosted by Andy Cameron, silent auction and a fantastic four-course meal.
The main beneficiary of the event will be Celtic FC Foundation’s nationwide ‘Inspiring Sport’ project, which builds on and enhances our existing partnership with Scottish Disability Sport.
It aims to effect considerable change and impact for people with a high level of support needs and will focus heavily on those with the most severe disabilities, who are often the most excluded.
Inspiring Sport will provide physical activity in sport for young people with severe and complex disabilities and also, working closely with all 13 Scottish Disability Sport branches across Scotland, establish a series of pan disability events and programmes with a focus on severe impairments.
The project will build capacity through education and training for coaches and volunteers, provide suitable training kit and equipment and deliver new and increased activities and events to more participants across Scotland.
To add your details to our waiting list or to register your interest for 2016, please call 0141 551 4262 or email [email protected]
Thank you for your ongoing and invaluable support of Celtic FC Foundation.