Welsh Inclusion Sports Association

by Phillip Griffiths in Swansea, United Kingdom

Welsh Inclusion Sports Association

Total raised £50

raised so far



Enable and Empower Change in the Community.

by Phillip Griffiths in Swansea, United Kingdom

We're still collecting donations

On the 3rd October 2023 we'd raised £50 with 2 supporters in 56 days. But as every pound matters, we're continuing to collect donations from supporters.

Who are we?

WISA as a community interest company, this is a not for profit and we are trying to be at the forefront of addressing and provide a range of new services that provide solutions and opportunities for disabled and socially excluded members of the community to access.  These opportunities will overcome the various barriers and hurdles that disabled s and excluded members of the community face every day in accessing Vocational Training - Employment and Sporting and Leisure activities.

Why are we crowdfunding?

Welsh Inclusion Sports Association will be a leading driver of sporting, educational, social, and lifestyle opportunities across Port Talbot and the wider community and across Wales.

We currently change people's lives through football and by raising the amounts, this would be enough to get a base where we can supply the community with a place where we can give vocational Training and also projects like a cafe, 3r recycling project and also a a community garden.

W.I.S.A aims to deliver life-changing programmes in Port Talbot and neighbouring communities and focuses on Education, Social Inclusion, Health & Wellbeing, Girls and Women’s Football, Football development and Community Delivery. This will not only enhance enable and empower change but help change lives.


Wisa has worked with a number of disabled people to provide football for All.

How we’ll spend the money raised

We will deliver a range of new and exciting sporting and leisure activities. These will enable and empower change breaking down the barriers and addressing the hurdles associated with isolation loneliness leading to issues associated with poor mental health and physical wellbeing. We will address some of these issues with the development of an over 55s project. Providing weekly sessions include new sports and activities, such as Boccia and New Age Curling and working alongside a local men’s mental health charity provide weekly Health Walks. With the creation of our Warm Hub. These initiatives will help to deliver, we are also working with Special Olympics to help our community support there projects with us helping them.

Advance and assist in advancing education and vocational Training.

Provide or assist in the provision of facilities for recreation and other leisure time occupation in the interests of social welfare and with the object of improving the conditions of life for those whom the facilities are provided.

Promote or assist in promoting community participation in healthy recreation.

Relieve sickness and disability and to preserve and protect health.

Community impact

The Welsh Inclusion Sports Association will be a set up as a community interest company: delivering Community and Charitable activities on behalf WISA.

Growth & Retention: Increasing and sustaining participation How we support existing teams and players. New clubs and teams both male, female, players with a disability and diverse excluded members of the community into sport. Supporting and creating new and flexible football and sports leagues, competitions and formats of football and all sports engaging with and supporting the education and training for the growth of its clubs and leagues.

Raising Standards Creating a safe and positive environment in which we can create a fun and safe environment for everyone involved in football and sport This includes raising standards of behaviour, safeguarding children and vulnerable adults in sport as well as increasing the emphasis and support through achieving the WISA Club Accreditation Award Scheme Standard Programme.

Better Players: Recruiting and supporting a skilled and diverse football coaching workforce This section covers the recruitment, training and development of the coaching workforce for WISA that will meet the needs of football players, including age-appropriate coaches and future sports provision. 

Running The Game: Leading and governing WISA efficiently focusing s on leadership and governance; the role of the management team running and developing the game efficiently; measuring and demonstrating the impact of the strategy through monitoring and evaluation and developing modern information technology systems to underpin effective and successful business operations.

Workforce Development: Recruiting and supporting a skilled and diverse WISE Workforce. WISA will only be successful if the WISA and its key partners invest in a skilled and diverse workforce to promote, administer and develop the both the game and the organisation. Recruiting, rewarding and developing the workforce is at the heart of WISA strategy. This includes the recruitment, training and development of both its paid and voluntary workforce. Including Volunteers/Welfare/Referees Young Leaders.

Facilities: Improving the quality and access to facilities required to sustain and increase participation in football and the need to provide affordable, new and improved facilities in schools, clubs and on local authority sites to deliver WISA Business strategy. The facilities programme aims to raise the standard of existing facilities and to develop new facilities where appropriate, in order to retain and increase participation, improve the experience and support the development of better players.


How you can play your Part in helping us?.

We are looking for companies or individuals like yourself. To join us and  make a difference to the lives of disabled and socially excluded members.

We have arrange of  Sponsorship Opportunities  starting from just £25.00. Your Sponsorship will enable and empower us to change lives  within the local community 

Whether that be through sponsoring our Sports or one our many  Community projects. 

Your Sponsorship  will  make a  real difference and support us to break down the many barriers  associated with  mental  health and physical  Well-being . Through  Creating Opportunities designed to Enable  and Empowering Change by Working Together.



This project offered rewards

£150 or more

T shirt

Will get a wisa t-shirt and get 5 tickets to also be put in a draw to name our league or project.

£5 or more

playing player covered by insurance.

Support our club by becoming a yearly member.

£25 or more

£25 Reward

Business to advertise on our facebook and website also get a ticket for our draw to name or project or league.

£50 or more

Register your club to our league

Registration for your team to play in the South Wales league.

£200 or more

£200 - Reward

Free WISA hoodie, 10 tickets into or draw to name our league.

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