New Patron of The Adam Stansfield FoundationIt is with great pleasure and pride that we can unveil our new Patron. Jay Stansfield has agreed to take on the role. ‘It was an obvious choice’ said Andrea Parkin, Foundation Trustee and Adams sister. ‘Ads used to get involved off the field with charities and good causes, so to see Jay interacting with some of the young people we support and work with is not surprising. He’s a natural and is showing many of the traits and attributes that made Adam such a favourite with the fans and supporters.’There is no pressure on Jay to get involved in the day to day running of the Foundation. At this stage of his career, we want to see him concentrate on his football and helping his teams progress in the leagues. The Foundations aims are twofold. Firstly, to support grass roots football and help young people get involved and to continue to live a healthy lifestyle. In these difficult times we aim to support youngsters with the basics to enable them to participate in the game Adam loved so much. Secondly, to raise awareness of Bowel Cancer, working independently and in partnership with other charities to ensure everyone is aware of the symptoms. Since the Foundations inception in 2010, following Adams passing, we have raised over £400,000 with the help of some fantastic supporters, completing outrageous and demanding challenges. The kindness and generosity have been overwhelming, reflecting Adams popularity amongst fans in Yeovil, Hereford and Devon. As a Foundation we have been able to reach over 50,000 young people in football clubs, Secondary Schools and Primary Schools across the three Counties. We continue to look for innovative ways to achieve our aims. Your ideas and support are always welcome as we strive to do so. Our website outlines our guidelines and we are always looking to support individuals, teams and schools within the three Counties: - Somerset, Hereford and Devon. We welcome enquiries looking for support within our remit. Please visit our website for further information or contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org www.adamstansfieldfoundation.com... See MoreSee Less
Defib no 172: Grandisson Court, ExeterGrandison Court is an area of sheltered housing just off of Topsham Road, Exeter. It is made up of 4 courts which have a community room in the middle, which is where this public access defibrillator is based. It is one of the 25 PAD’s very generously funded by the ‘Exeter Legacy Fund’. Pictured are members of the local community who have been fundraising towards replacement pads and a battery for the future. #jaysaim #defib #PAD #exeter #devon ... See MoreSee Less
Was an absolute pleasure to be able to join Andy for a few laps today. A lifelong supporter of Exeter City and fantastic supporter of our charity. We cannot thank him enough for all he has done for the foundation over the years and his last words as he finished his final lap on todays stint was ‘if I can raise over £1000 today it will be amazing’ . Please follow the link and spare a few pennies, if you can, to get him there. Thank you ❤️❤️ - www.com/f/100-laps-of-st-jamess-park-in-my-wheelchair... See MoreSee Less
Defib no 165: Kenn Cricket ClubWe were delighted to part fund this defib with Kenn Cricket club at the end of the last cricket season. Due to access issues to the clubhouse, it was decided that an internal cabinet would be the most suitable option in this case. We’ve just received a great picture of club members; Harry Gaydon (1st team all rounder), Roy Henderson (Club President & former captain), Graham Stone (player & Head Groundsman) and James Mason (U’12s Junior Coach & Club Captain) next to the defib. 🏏💙👏🏼#jaysaim #defib #cricket #devon ... See MoreSee Less
Defib no 167: Heathfield SPAR shopThis defib was provided through our ‘Exeter Legacy Fund’ defibrillator scheme. It’s positioned at SPAR Heathfield which is a very central position for Heathfield residents. After receiving the defibrillator the SPAR shop and local community came together to do some fundraising for Jay’s Aim and raised a brilliant £383.00! 🙌🏼Pictured next to the defib, which was funded by Exeter Chiefs Foundation, Exeter City Community Trust and the Exeter Property Ball, is SPAR shop employee and the main fundraising lead Kirsty. 👏🏼💙#jaysaim #defib #pad #heathfield #devon ... See MoreSee Less
🏆 Ability Counts Awards 2023/24👏 Congratulations to all the winners and to ALL players for a progressive season 🤩 Our Club Person Awards for the season go to Lucy Thorley and Robbie Hall#ECFC #community ... See MoreSee Less
We were over the moon to be chosen as the beneficiary of Teign School’s Charity Show 2023! 🎬🎤The performance was on Thursday 6th July and consisted of ‘Numbers from Musicals and Drama Sketches’. Have a look at our instagram ‘repost’ from Friday to get a glimpse of how good it was!!!We’d like to say a huge thank you to all staff and students involved in making the show such a success and raising an amazing £723.00! 👏🏼🤩We look forward to working with the school next year and training more of their students in CPR and how to use a defibrillator. 💙#jaysaim #incredible #support #charity #wow ... See MoreSee Less
We were invited to Exeter Cathedral School this morning for their charity celebration assembly. During the assembly we found out that the school had raised an absolutely incredible £5,046.89 for Jay’s Aim over the past academic year!!! 😳🎉🙌🏼It’s been a real privilege to get to know the pupils and staff at the school and to see first hand the great job they have done in supporting our work. We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone involved! 👏🏼💙#jaysaim #charity #fundraising #wow #incredible ... See MoreSee Less
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