South Of England Foundation

South Of England Foundation

Charity information

South Of England Foundation

The community programme at Charlton Athletic Football Club was established in 1992 and became The Charlton Athletic Community Trust in 2003. Affectionately known as CACT, it is famed for its work in its local communities.
The main geographical areas of delivery for CACT programmes are Greenwich, Bexley, Bromley and Kent across 7 main strands:
1. Early Help & Prevention
2. Equality & Diversity
3. Health Improvement
4. Social Action & Enterprise
5. Youth Service
6. Football & Sports Development

Founded 2003

  • Mission statement

    Mission
    Through the use of our values and delivery of quality programmes in South East
    London and Kent, Charlton Athletic Community Trust will:-
    • Improve equality and inclusion
    • Reduce health inequalities
    • Increase access to sport & physical activity for all members of the community
    • Increase opportunities for all members of the community to access education, employment & training
    • Raise educational achievement
    • Enable individuals to participate in social action
    • Reduce crime and improve community cohesion
    • Continue to be a self-financing, viable charity embedded within the ethos of Charlton Athletic Football Club

    Vision
    Using the power of football, we will enable individuals to improve their lives and the communities they live in.

    Values
    Respect
    Trust
    Inclusivity
    Equality
    Commitment
    Integrity

  • Aims

    South Of England Foundation aims to:

    • Using the power of football, we will enable individuals to improve their lives and the communities they live in.
  • Overview

    Established: March 2003

    Registered Charity Number: 1096222

    Board members: 8

    Full time staff: 80

    Part time staff: 120

    Volunteers: 25

    Phone number: 02088502866

    Address: CAFC Training Ground, Sparrows Lane, New Eltham se92jr

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