Celebrate

An amazing life that inspired many, a story that touched thousands. Explore Adam's story and the dream that he lived.

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Foundation News

Adam's was an amazing life and our aim is to leave a legacy that is fitting for someone who was loved by so many. Follow all that is going on within The Foundation via our News page.

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Changing Lives

Find out how to get involved and help us to help others live their dreams.

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Take the Jump and get involved.

Join with us and help change lives... Adam's spirit of generosity and compassion lives on. Through The Foundation we seek to raise money to change the lives of others. Find out how to get involved and help us to help others.

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Launch Store

Help us to raise money and change lives. Come visit our new look store - all proceeds go to The Foundation's work.

Welcome to the Adam Stansfield Foundation Website.

The unprecedented support following Adam’ s death in August 2010, led to the creation of the Adam Stansfield Foundation. This site has been designed to recognise the aspects of Adam’ s life, his football career and also raise awareness on bowel cancer related issues.

The foundation’ s aim is to help give young people the unique opportunity to develop life skills, through the power of football and to assist them in their goals of living the dream. The foundation through this website also hopes to highlight and raise awareness of illnesses caused by bowel cancer. Please click the menu above to see what the foundation does and how you can become a part of it.

Are you aged between 12-16 and want to complete your first FA Coaching Certificate? The Foundation are working with Exeter City Football Club FITC to deliver the Junior Football Leaders Award, FREE of charge to youngsters who want to get involved in helping coaching in the community or at school.

Are you aged between 12-16 and want to complete your first FA Coaching Certificate? The Foundation are working with Exeter City Football Club FITC to deliver the Junior Football Leaders Award, FREE of charge to youngsters who want to get involved in helping coaching in the community or at school.

Are you aged between 12-16 and want to complete your first FA Coaching Certificate? The Foundation are working with Exeter City Football Club FITC to deliver the Junior Football Leaders Award, FREE of charge to youngsters who want to get involved in helping coaching in the community or at school.

Gemma Freeman is running the Plymouth Half Marathon in April this year on behalf of the Foundation. Plymouth’s Half Marathon is a much celebrated traffic-free road race, which takes in all that is great about Plymouth. Stunning coastal views, a charming harbour, the beautiful National Trust grounds of Saltram Park, as well as the iconic Plymouth Hoe where Sir Francis Drake once played bowls! This is a half marathon designed for the joy of running.

Are you aged between 12-16 and want to complete your first FA Coaching Certificate? The Foundation are working with Exeter City Football Club FITC to deliver the Junior Football Leaders Award, FREE of charge to youngsters who want to get involved in helping coaching in the community or at school.

Olly Mitchell will be running the Yeovil Half Marathon to raise funds for The Foundation

Are you aged between 12-16 and want to complete your first FA Coaching Certificate? The Foundation are working with Exeter City Football Club FITC to deliver the Junior Football Leaders Award, FREE of charge to youngsters who want to get involved in helping coaching in the community or at school.

Are you aged between 12-16 and want to complete your first FA Coaching Certificate? The Foundation are working with Exeter City Football Club (FITC) to deliver the Junior Football Leaders Award. This is FREE of charge for youngsters who want to get involved in helping coaching in the community or at school. All the details are on the 2 page flyer below.

Christmas Day

Below is a link to a story from the excellent Yeovil Press Website regarding a fantastic donation to The Foundation from local author Brendan Owen. Huge thanks to Brendan for thinking of The Foundation for this donation and thanks to everyone up at Yeovil for the continued support we receive in memory of Adam. It is very much appreciated. xx

Yeovil Press Report →

Living the Dream. Raising Money. Changing Lives