The Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme are taking part in the Asda Sheffield 10k this Sunday, raising money for two brilliant local charities.
Following success in 2016 and 2017, the Sheffield 10k is back, with thousands of runners set to take part.
This year, the Owls are supporting the Cathedral Archer Project, with funds split 50/50 between the local homeless charity, together with Wednesday’s Community Programme – the charitable arm of the football club.
The Archer project looks to support the homeless by developing their independence and wellbeing with the aim for people to live stable, fulfilling and enjoyable lives.
John Pearson, charity events co-ordinator at SWFC, said: “We’re really looking forward to taking on the Sheffield 10k on Sunday.
“The Archer Project is a wonderful charity that does great work for homeless people in Sheffield, so we are very happy to be supporting them at this event.
“The 10k run is also an ideal platform to showcase the profile of our Community Programme, which relies on grants and donations to move forward as a charity.
“All donations to both charities are greatly appreciated, and thank you to everyone who has supported us so far!”
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