Young players support initiative of FC Midtjylland

1 July 2019

Young players support initiative of FC Midtjylland

Recently, the FC Midtjylland had invited boys from the co-operative clubs’ to the FCM Football School Conference. As part of the participant fee, FCM Samfund, the charity of FC Midtjylland, collected money for Christmas gifts. In total, DKK 7,420 (about 1,000 Euro) were collected for children in families in needs.

“We are known for standing together and we are happy to help where we can. That is why it is also fantastic that boys at the age of 9-10, and their parents help to support this good cause”, says Michael Koch from FCM Samfund. He emphasizes that the contribution means that even more children and families become part of the community in the clubs. In December, FCM Samfund, in collaboration with ALPI, DK Company and other business partners, will again distribute Christmas gifts to children who really need them. The gift consists of, among other things, player clothes, subscriptions to the local club and other surprises. “We are thankful and impressed by the great contribution”, says Michael Koch.

Close collaboration with local clubs

Through its Community Trust, FCM Samfund, FC Midtjylland cultivates and celebrates unity and wants to create well-being and togetherness. It is their very clear goal to create an increased quality of life by helping and moving people to reach their life goals. Through the strength of the sport and the ability to engage and inspire, FC Midtjylland will make a difference. The club uses togetherness to strengthen social cohesion and create well-being. History shows that togetherness can move mountains and for FC Midtjylland it’s about reaching out and making a difference for people in their region. The club works in harmony with the local clubs, the life of the people and societal challenges.


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