QPR in the Community ...
Since its inception in 1994, QPR in the Community Trust – the club’s charitable arm – has reached over half a million children across the local boroughs of Hammersmith & Fulham, Brent, Ealing, Kensington & Chelsea, Westminster, Hillingdon and Hounslow.
The Trust – led by CEO Andy Evans, a lifelong Rangers fan – has grown to a full time staff of twenty, with dozens of sessional coaches leading 300 sessions a week with people aged 3 to 90.
QPR in the Community Trust works with:
- The NHS on campaigns to stop smoking, raise alcohol awareness and increase physical activity for older residents
- Local schools to help improve reading and IT skills, and keeping children at risk of exclusion in school
- The Prince's Trust to help young unemployed people aged 16-25 gain the skills and confidence they need to get into work
- The Kiyan Prince Foundation and other youth charities to help tackle knife and gun crime
QPR in the Community Trust has no space at Loftus Road to deliver coaching