One in a Million video:
Wayne Jacobs, ex premier league footballer and co-founder of One in a Million speaks about the work of the charity.Play Video
…as a means to engage and enthuse Bradford children and young people struggling to overcome issues of crime, poverty, exclusion, drugs, solvent abuse and obesity.
…in eight centres across the city One in a Million provide weekly “grass-roots” football and indoor athletics, “Kidz” Clubs, Dance and Educational and Creative Arts programmes.
…and young people every week and aim to:
…and actively encourage employee fundraising activities in support of this very worthy charity.
…in Summer 2014 by undertaking the tough Welsh 3000s – the 24 hour mountain walk challenge climbing 15 peaks above 3000 feet – read more here.
“I just wanted to personally thank you for your fantastic effort last week. Your commitment and courage to push through the pain and finish with great determination showed tremendous character. It was good to get to know you a little bit as we walked, great to hear how you have developed from that young man to running your own successful company.
Thank you for using that position to recognise and give back, to help young people who maybe did or do not get the opportunities or support we maybe had.”
Wayne Jacobs, Co-founder, One In A Million