Introducing the charitable arm of Wycombe Wanderers.
Wycombe Wanderers Sports & Education Trust’s ground-breaking and innovative programmes are delivered through a regular presence in schools, and working with disadvantaged or socially excluded groups in society. As a club we are committed to ensuring that we respond to local needs whilst working strategically in line with regional and national agendas. Sport can play a significant role in addressing health, education, inclusion, and employment.
By working with key agencies and developing partnerships, we ensure that we can achieve our aims and objectives proficiently. Our partnerships work underpins the entire scheme delivery programme and enables us to work strategically within Buckinghamshire. These relationships enable us to engage with underrepresented and hard-to-reach groups. Our commitment to our community is through long-term projects that contain a focused purpose and outcome.
Latest SET News:
Nominate a young fan for WWFC or Spurs tickets10 September 2019
In late 2018 local Wycombe man James Goodband tragically passed away at the age of 20.
RECRUITING: WWSET Head of Inclusion3 September 2019
The Chairboys' charitable arm, Wycombe Wanderers Sports & Education Trust (WWSET), is seeking a dynamic, innovative and experienced candidate to fill the role of Head of Inclusion.
Mark makes the mark!6 August 2019
Wycombe Wanderers Football Club is the first club in the country to have a Level 3* qualified youth mentor employed by its charitable arm after WWSET’s Education Manager Mark Heath recently undertook...