The food which was prepared for today’s game against Altrincham has been donated to Changing Lives York after the fixture was called off due to concerns over Coronavirus.
York City Club Chef Des Coulson, who perpares the food for players, staff and hospitality guests at Bootham Crescent, was on hand this afternoon to deliver to the health and wellbeing charity on Union Terrace near to the stadium.
The Changing Lives charity works with and houses ex-rough sleepers and those at risk of sleeping rough – most of whom have complex issues primarily connected with drug and alcohol misuse and mental ill-health.
As a Club we are proud to support this initiative and would like to commend our Chef Des for making this happen and his generosity during these times.
- The Changing Lives service has 35 bedrooms, meeting and counselling spaces as well as education, health, fitness and community facilities. This welcoming and inspirational space offers not only a place to stay but also the chance to make positive changes in people’s lives.