Community Initiatives

Get involved with our various community-driven projects. In 2015, The Ross County Foundation was established as the official partner charity of Ross County Football Club, “To provide support and change for the better in the Community.”

As an important participant in Scotland’s ‘national sport’ Ross County football Club recognises its high profile and influential position nationally and especially within The Highlands and Island of Scotland.

TRCF works in partnership with local charities and business – The Pebble Trust, Tesco, Aldi, Lidl, NHS Highland, Age Scotland, Climate Challenge Fund, Keep Scotland Beautiful Charity and more.

The Ross County Foundation (TRCF) maintains a close and mutually supportive relationship with Ross County Football and operates under the direction of its own Board of Trustees. By operating as a registered charity and separating its business activities entirely from the football club, The Ross County Foundation is able to access funding and CSR sponsorship opportunities previously unavailable to RCFC. This additional funding resource is targeted to benefit those in need within the highlands and islands.

Football Fans In Training is a health and wellbeing initiative targeting male fans aged 35-65 that are keen to lose weight. FFIT covers healthy eating, portion control, drinking and increasing physical activity through various practical and classroom sessions delivered by Ross County coaches.

To Sign up for Football Fans in Training (Link to the FFIT Page) Email: Amy.Gibb@rosscountyfootballclub.co.uk

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Music box is a programme funded by Comic Relief, Music Box Cares is aimed at 12 to 18-year-olds who are either looked after and accommodated and is based on the natural links between music and football. Participants engage in learning activities that develop music centered skills in a sporting environment. Activities, based at 11 club stadiums, include instrument tuition, forming a band, performance and song writing and the opportunity participate in physical activity too.

For More information Email: Amy.Gibb@rosscountyfootballclub.co.uk

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Walking football is a slower paced version of 'the beautiful game'. It enables older people to return to a sport they once loved or to try out a new activity that suits their fitness levels.

For More information Email: Amy.Gibb@rosscountyfootballclub.co.uk

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