Partnership Working in our Local Community

November 5, 2019 / Community

DFC in the Community Trust Manager Greg Fenton met with Rizwan Rafik from Taught By Muhammad on Wednesday morning to promote the partnership between both charities and gave them match tickets that are owned by the Trust for the Dundee Derby.

We look forward to working together in the coming months and years ahead.


Further our Community Team met staff from HOPE Tuesday (Picture below). HOPE (Helping Older People Engage) project’s main aim is to help older people feel less lonely and isolated by encouraging participation in local groups and activities.

Every home game this season, our Community Team reaches out to charities across the City and give them tickets for the game at Dens Park that weekend. This week, we are delighted to give out tickets for the Dundee Derby on Friday night.

We hope they enjoy the game!

Picture from left to right; Greg Fenton (Community Manager), Maureen Mclay (Hillcrest Homes) and Dawn Balfour (Caledonia Housing Association) John Coleman (Head of Delivery).

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DFC in the Community Trust are proud to pair with Dundee Football Club, the SPFL Trust and Alzheimer’s Scotland to deliver a range of projects across Tayside, Fife and Angus.