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Wolves Community Trust

Wolves Community Trust, formerly known as Wolves in the Community, was formed in 1991 and began operation as a registered charity on 1st December 2008.


The department is based around five thematic areas:

  1. Sports Participation
  2. Health
  3. Education & Enterprise
  4. Social Inclusion
  5. Community Donations via Wolves Aid

In addition, Wolves Community Trust is involved in a variety of projects funded by the Premier League or Football League Trust.

Wolves Community Trust achieved the highest Football League Trust accreditation for a charity, in its first year, achieving the Silver Standard in March 2009. The charity has recently been granted The Premier League‘s equivalent accreditation - Fit For Purpose.

There are currently 25 full-time staff and 35 part-time staff and volunteers.

Trustees are:

The Wolves Community Trust Board of Trustees is made up of:

  • Jez Moxey, WWFC Chief Executive Officer
  • Richard Skirrow, WWFC Football Secretary
  • Matt Grayson, WWFC Head of Communications & Marketing
  • Ian Millard, Former City Wolverhampton College Principal