HOW TO APPLY FOR A CHARITABLE DONATION
Charitable donations are an important part of Wolves Football Club’s community efforts. Via Wolves Community Trust the Club distributes over £200,000 per year to qualified charity and community groups (see the Wolves Aid section for more details)
The donation of merchandise and gifts helps support and raise funds for a wide range of charities/community groups/schools and good causes across Wolverhampton and the West Midlands and in turn support those in need.
Please note that an online submission via the form below does not guarantee that you/your organisation will receive a donation. Successful applications will be contacted with 10 working days.
Requests must be received a minimum of 6 weeks in advance of any event to be considered.
Our aim is to assist across a broad and diverse range of causes. Thus to ensure this diversity is achieved we will not consider multiple requests for the same charity.
The following are the criteria upon which applications will be accepted.
• Priority given to charities based in Wolverhampton and the West Midlands.
• Only registered charities and those without political affiliation.
National Charities such as Comic Relief will be supported directly by the Club where and when applicable in lieu of individual donation requests.
CLICK HERE to apply for a charitable donation.
If you are a local junior football team, charity, school or community group, every six months Wolves conduct a draw for signed items.
At the end of each season, Wolves conduct a random draw for local junior football teams to win an experience at Compton Park, to include a special tour and training session. This will take place on a specified date in the summer holidays at Compton Park training ground.
Please note Wolves will only contact successful applicants.
CLICK HERE to apply to be entered in the draw or apply for the training ground experience.
Wolves distributes charitable cash donations via Wolves Aid, part of the Club’s independent charity: Wolves Community Trust.
Since 2008, Wolves Aid has donated over £900,000 to 93 charities and community groups who meet specific criteria.
Wolves is proud to say that Wolves Aid is unique in football and is the largest charity of its type in the game.
To read more about Wolves Aid visit http://www.wolvescommunitytrust.org.uk/wolves-aid/
You can also visit www.wolvescommunitytrust.org.uk to see the full range of Wolves Community Trust’s work in the local area and beyond.
CLICK HERE to view our Charitable Donations Policy