Helping Glasgow use the power of sport to help motivate and inspire people.

Tony Feeney :: Saturday 30th June 2018 :: Latest Blog Posts


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Apply to our FundHere are more details about some of the projects we have been involved with:


Glasgow Hearts Football

Sunny-Side Up Supporting Glasgow Hearts Football
Sunny-Sid3 Up - supporting Glasgow Hearts Football

Sunny-sid3 Up sponsored Glasgow Hearts Football in 2018.

They are a small voluntary organisation set up in 2015 to use football as a vehicle to provide hope and opportunity for men of all ages faced with challenges associated with homeless and social exclusion – challenges such as lack of self-esteem, physical/mental health issues, addictions, etc. We help them to face up to and overcome these challenges through taking positive action and having fun.

They have a totally open-door policy and seek to be totally inclusive, respectful and understanding of each individual's personal problems and circumstances, while respecting confidentiality at all times. They allow players to come and go as they please and do not impose time limits or other expectations – they seek only to help inspire people to fulfil their true potential.

They welcome players of all ages from 18+ and levels of fitness, with physical/mental health issues being no barrier to joining in. (We currently have at least one playing member in his mid-50's.)


Southside Mini Kickers

We gave funding to supply the youngsters with tracksuit tops which have our sunny-sid3up logo on them, this was given after they successfully raised on their own the monies to purchase the football strips, it's very important for clubs to try and raise funds for their own activities and fundraise on their own this was very much the case with Southside Football club.

Sunny-sid3 up gave a donation of £625 toward tracksuit tops.


Govan Boxing Club

A cheque for £1000 was handed to Govan Boxing Club to help them with the cost of equipment. Training sessions now up and running in Riverside community hall. To find out more see their Facebook page