Funds raised from the event will provide relief for children and go towards supporting the Watford FC CSE Trust’s mental health and wellbeing primary school programme, which delivers crucial mental health support to young students in Hertfordshire and Harrow. Additionally, the funds will support Humanity First’s clean water solutions for villages in Africa, providing access to clean and safe drinking water, a basic human right that is often taken for granted.
Community Director at Watford FC CSE Trust, Rob Smith, said: “We look forward to welcoming a range of players to the Hornets’ home away from matchdays. It promises to be a great community event.
“We’re thankful to AMYA and Humanity First for their collaboration on this project, and thanks in advance to those who are able to take part and support our cause.”