Swansea City Community Trust Dyfed and Glamorgan Cadet Force
17th May 2016
Swansea City Community Trust teamed up with local army cadets to carry out their annual bucket collection before the final Premier League game of the season on Sunday.
Accompanying the Community Trust were volunteers from the Dyfed and Glamorgan Army Cadet Force who helped the Trust collect over £850 in donations.
The collection will help the Community Trust fund an array of projects in runs including Premier League Kicks, Sign Up To Success and Healthy Together.
"We were delighted to welcome the Dyfed and Glamorgan Army Cadet Force into the Liberty Stadium for our end of season charity bucket collection," Charlotte Rogers, the Community Trust's Fundraising Officer, said.
"The cadets do a tremendous amount of charity work in the community and we were pleased to get their help in raising much-needed funds that will help us to continue to provide health awareness sessions, training and education courses and sports participation projects across South West Wales."
Second Lieutenant Darren Evans added: "Army Cadets from B (Rorke's Drift) Company, Dyfed & Glamorgan ACF, were pleased to assist the Swans Community Trust with their bucket collection.
"The cadets regularly take part in 'Cadet in the Community' events throughout the year which helps them pass their qualifications and star levels."