Worcester City FC once again stepped up to support the White Ribbon Campaign to make a stand against violence against Women and Girls. Players, Staff, Directors and Supporters made the pledge to “Never commit, excuse or remain silent about male violence against women” ahead of their match v Westfields on Saturday 24th November.

Worcester City FC Chairman, Steve Goode said, “On behalf of Worcester City FC, we once again fully support this campaign and we hope that our help in spreading the message and raising awareness makes a difference. We also support the DAWN Project run by Worcester Community Trust”.

Although the result didn’t go the right way for the team on the day, the continued support from the Club for spreading the message of the White Ribbon Campaign will help to change society by leading by example of promoting the message of respect and tolerance.

For more information about the DAWN Project visit: www.worcestercommunitytrust.org.uk/dawn 
To sign the pledge visit: www.whiteribbon.org.uk

Pictured: Chairman of Worcester City FC Steve Goode with the players supporting the White Ribbon Campaign.