Donations and Fundraising
Aspire Powerchair Sports Club is a self-funded club for all people with physical disabilities to enjoy playing Powerchair Football, and we are a registered charity (Charity Number: 1143538). To enable the club to hire training venues, buy equipment/accessories and enter the three teams into the Regional/National competitions we need to fundraise and welcome any donations to the club.
If you would like to make a donation to help with the running of the club, please contact Aspire Powerchair Sports Club Treasurer (Himesh Shah) using the Contact Form. Alternatively you can donate using our Virgin Money Giving page.
Here is a list of companies / charities that have kindly made donations:
|Evergreen FC||Charities Aid Trust||
Ocean House Business Centre Ltd
|HIB||EA Associates LLP||Lambert Engineering Ltd|
|HIB Operations Dept||WJ Groundwater Ltd||Easyfundraising Website|
|Sainsbury||Vancebuild Ltd||Barclays Bank|
|Luna Spas||RD Europe||Beaconfield|
|Waitrose||Nationwide||EA Financial Solutions Ltd|
|Sport England||My News||B3Living|
|Peter Harrison Foundation|
Other ways to help raise funds
If you search the internet many times a day, please could you try to use the Aspire Powerchair Sports Club easysearch: Aspire Easy Search. By using the easysearch link provided instead of Google, you can raise funds for our club everytime you do a search.
Easy Fundraising and The Giving Machine
When buying items online, please could you try to use easyfundraising or The Giving Machine to buy your items and choose to support Aspire Powerchair Sports Club as your good cause/beneficiary: Aspire Easy Fundraising or Aspire Giving Machine. By using the easyfundraising or The Giving Machine links provided, you can raise funds for our club everytime you shop using one of the easyfundraising or The Giving Machine retailers.
To help the club in other ways, please visit the Donations and Fundraising page.
When searching the internet, please remember to use the Aspire Easy Search to raise funds for the club.
In Partnership With
Where to find us
Aspire Powerchair Sports Club
Watford Leisure Centre Woodside,
WFA (Wheelchair Football Association)
For more information about the sport, please visit the WFA
South East Powerchair Football League
For more information about the South East Powerchair Football League, please visit the NEW SEPFL website.
WFA Regional League Venues
K2 Sports Centre
Pease Pottage Hill,
University of Hertfordshire - Sporting Village
De Havilland Campus,
WFA National League Venue
Nottingham Trent University - Lee Westwood Sports Centre
Peter Harrison Foundation
The Peter Harrison Foundation is an independent grant-making trust which supports voluntary and community organisations working in any part of the UK. For more information, please visit the Peter Harrison Foundation website.