Preston North End Community and Education Trust has released its annual Impact Report for 2019, showcasing its work in the Preston community.
The 52-page report documents the work of the club’s official charity during the year of 2019 and its subsequent impact on those accessing its various programmes.
Featured are a number of case studies from a wide range of the Trust’s programmes, covering sports participation, education, health and social inclusion.
“Throughout this report, we hope to showcase to you our work across the Preston community following another year of progression,” wrote Head of Community Tom Drake inside the report.
“The Trust has engaged with over 11,000 people [in 2019], but what we really pride ourselves on is the impact that we have on those individuals engaging in our programmes, with some great case studies for you to read throughout the Impact Report.”
Also included in the latest Impact Report are case studies on the inception of new programmes such as the Secondary School Education programme and the weekly Sporting Memories session at Deepdale.
A review of the Big PNE Sleep Out, which raised more than £80,000 for local charity the Foxton Centre, also features, among many more stories highlighting the positive work of the Community and Education Trust.
There are also an impressive range of statistics to underline that positive work with a look ahead to a new three-year strategy to conclude.
We’d be delighted if as many North End fans as possible can take a look at the Impact Report to gain a greater insight into the work that is carried out in the Preston area by the Community and Education Trust on a daily basis.
Physical copies of the Impact Report will be distributed to partner organisations upon our return to the community offices. You can read the latest Impact Report online by clicking here.