Robbie Chandler, Mental Health Coordinator for Sky Blues in the Community – the official charity arm of Coventry City Football Club – is speaking at the Coventry and Warwickshire Champions event this Friday, 10th September.
Alongside Robbie representing SBitC and CCFC, Stephen Vaughan, Group Chief Executive at Wasps Group, and Steve Hughes, Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director at Coventry Building Society, will be speaking at the event.
Coventry and Warwickshire Champions unites businesses, organisations and individuals across the area in a powerful network to help develop and promote Coventry and Warwickshire and raise its profile.
Both Coventry City Football Club and Sky Blues in the Community are passionate in being proactive advocates for Coventry and Warwickshire and work to help influence how the area is perceived and portrayed; and to make sure the area is talked about in the right places and by the right people to support our residents.
Robbie will be disseminating information on how SBitC and CCFC are working hard to improve the health and wellbeing for residents of Coventry and Warwickshire. For instance, the MENtalk programme, which launched at the start of 2021, has been incredibly successful and described by participants as lifesaving.
“I am not exaggerating when I say this course has been a lifesaver as I was really struggling and running out of options about how I was going to keep going before being introduced to this course.”
Sky Blues in the Community also recently launched ‘Fit Sky Blues’ – a free 12-week programme, taking place at the Coventry Building Society Arena, that helps fans to make better lifestyle choices.
For more information on other projects run by Sky Blues in the Community to support across the areas of Health, Sport, Education and Inclusion, visit the website or social media channels: