Seagulls continue to support Les Twentyman Foundation
Williamstown Football Club staff have for the past six weeks been providing support to local charity partner the Les Twentyman Foundation (LTF).
LTF provides fantastic support for at-risk youth in the western suburbs of Melbourne.
It’s long established basketball program focuses on personal development, building confidence, teamwork, cultural tolerance and leadership.
Founded in 1996, the basketball program has since provided thousands of young people who live in Melbourne’s west the opportunity to be part of a family-orientated club, and ultimately introduce them to the bigger game of life.
To assist the Les Twentyman Foundation with their registration process for the return of basketball post COVID-19, and to ensure their database has up to date information, Williamstown Football Club staff have been making phone calls to the families of players.
The Les Twentyman Foundation has recently adopted the name ‘96ers’ for their basketball club and are in need of a new logo. They are calling on people aged between five and 18 years to come up with the brand new design. Click here to find out more.
Williamstown FC is incredibly proud to partner with the Les Twentyman Foundation for the support it provides to families and youth in the western suburbs.