Trivela Foundation Form a Partnership With the Walsall F.C. Foundation Trivela Foundation Form a Partnership With the Walsall F.C. Foundation

Trivela Foundation Form a Partnership With the Walsall F.C. Foundation

The Trivela Foundation, a US-based non-profit organisation, has issued a grant in support of the Walsall F.C. Foundation.
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The Club has confirmed that the Trivela Foundation, a US-based non-profit organisation, has formed a partnership with the recently rebranded Walsall F.C. Foundation.

As part of the new partnership, Trivela Foundation is making an initial grant of just over £35,000 to the Walsall FC Foundation, with the donation to be used to support, inspire and mentor children at a critical stage of their education.

In a statement, released via the club's official website both Foundations affirm their determination to assure children have the resources and support to accomplish their dreams with the donation to be used to support underserved pupils as they move from the final year of primary school to the first year of senior school.

Walsall FC Foundation and Trivela Foundation have taken a needs-based approach in assessing the best use of funds for the community. Adam Davy, Director of The Walsall FC Foundation, believes that a targeted programme to assist youth in Walsall will enable future opportunities for these individuals and their communities at large.

Wesley Hill, VP of Operations and Strategic Partnership at Trivela Group and a Director at Trivela Foundation and Davy have been working closely on this project and are excited to get to work.

Hill has a background of working with global foundations and non-profit organisations and jumped at the opportunity to expand and accelerate the work of the Walsall FC Foundation. 

Mr Hill said; "Upon meeting Adam and his colleagues, I was struck by their dedication and genuine passion to lift up and improve the community.

"It was infectious, and Trivela was eager to engage on a deeper level. There is a legitimate fervour to support and develop not only the Club but the communities that surround us. This initial donation will be a step in the right direction."

Adam Davy added; "All of the members of the Trivela Group have shown a real interest in the work carried out by the Walsall FC Foundation.

"Wes has been really hands on with us and very keen to fundraise and develop a project with the investment he has attracted.  It has been a pleasure to work on and develop a project that meets the needs of the community and is something that the club owners are keen to support.

"The initial project will be a 12-month pilot and will support Primary School pupils near Poundland Bescot Stadium.  I can’t wait for the new academic year to start and be able to approach and work with a local school and further support primary school education through sport."

Benjamin Boycott, Managing Director of Trivela Group and Co-Chairman of Walsall Football Club said; "We are for the Town of Walsall. We are very focused on what happens on the pitch each and every game.

"At the same time, we care about the long-term development of the Club, and the positive impact that it can have in this Town in the years to come.

"I am proud of the work that Adam and Wes have done so far and I am eager to see this partnership between Walsall FC Foundation and Trivela Foundation continue to grow."
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