We deliver sports coaching for the entire local community regardless of age, gender, race, religion or level of ability.
We aim to contribute to improving the health and well-being of our local community through the delivery of positive health messages and programmes.
Education is really important to us and we have developed curriculum enriching programmes to compliment the work of our local primary schools.
We really want to make sure everything we do is as inclusive as possible and have projects and initiatives specifically aimed at helping those furthest from society to get more involved.
Dundee United Community Trust, formerly known as United for All Community Trust, is a charitable organisation which was originally established by ArabTRUST in 2008. In 2017, the Charity was re-launched as the sole deliverer of community engagement on behalf of Dundee United Football Club. We have defined a thorough and ambitious three-year strategic plan based on the needs of the local community based on:
The communities of Dundee work together in becoming happier and healthier and that people are encouraged to be the very best that they can be
To become a key player in the local community and drive positive change through innovative projects, specifically targeted at those in most need
| Under 5’s and Primary School Children in Deprived Areas | Disinterested Secondary School Pupils | Looked After Children and Young People | Bored Young People | Unemployed | Those with a Disability | Carers | Elderly and Lonely | Persons Affected by Substance Abuse | Under-Represented Groups | Sports for All |
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For any information on the work of the Charity prior to the re-launch under the brand Dundee United Community Trust, please visit our old website.
DUCT to help youngsters kick start their school day Dundee United Community Trust is delighted to be strengthening our link with 2 local schools with our brand new “Breakfast Club” project starting with Rosebank Primary School and Our Lady’s Primary School on Monday 18th September. Alison Curran from Our Lady’s RC Primary School commented Read more about Breakfast Club Pilot Launches[…]
We are delighted that our homework club project, thanks to generous funding from the Dundee Partnership, is back! Our Flagship Education project, Homework Club, has seen just under 50 boys and girls from 2 local schools attend their 1st of 8 sessions at Tannadice. There were lots of happy faces as the kids got taken Read more about Homework Club Re-Starts with Our Lady’s PS and Rosebank PS[…]
International survey of top 25 leagues in the world ranks Scotland one of the most socially responsible, up three places to fourth SCOTLAND has one of the most community engaged leagues in the world, according to a piece of major research, released today (8 September 2017). The annual RESPONSIBALL ranking assesses clubs’ collective levels Read more about SPFL Trust Update – Scotland among Euro Elite when it comes to Community Engagement[…]
DUNDEE UNITED LAUNCHES AMPUTEE FOOTBALL TEAM IN WAKE OF ONE-LEGGED TOMMY’S WONDER GOAL Dundee United, through Dundee United Community Trust, is to become the first club in the east of Scotland to launch an amputee football team, thanks to charity Amputee Football Association Scotland and a historic super strike from Dundee’s own one-legged man, Read more about Amputee Football Coming to Dundee United Community Trust[…]
Following the success of last seasons’ collection, Dundee United Community Trust is delighted to join forces with Dundee United Football Club to host another two foodbank collections in 2017/2018, with donations once again split between Dundee Foodbank and Taught By Muhammad. Jamie Kirk, on behalf of DUCT, had this to say of the Read more about Foodbank Collections Confirmed for 2017/2018[…]
Dundee United Community Trust is delighted to announce that it has been selected by supporters’ group United Ladies of Tannadice to receive a contribution from their fundraising efforts going forward. ULT kindly donated £450 in earlier this year to support the United for Kids project and have kindly agreed to continue this relationship for 2017/2018 Read more about ULT Continues Supporting DUCT[…]
Dundee United Community Trust Matchday We are delighted to announce that the Queen of the South match on 12th August will be the first official “Dundee United Community Trust Matchday.” It’s a fantastic chance to raise awareness of our work as the official charity partner of Dundee United Football Club and we are grateful for Read more about Dundee United Community Trust Matchday – 12th August, Queen of the South[…]
Football will once again be available free to disadvantaged young people across Dundee this season thanks to the generosity of Dundee United FC and its fans. For over a decade the Club, its supporters, Dundee United Community Trust, and Dundee City Council have joined forces to give away free season tickets for Tannadice. Younger supporters Read more about United for Kids 2017/2018[…]
As you may be aware, J league has changed and we now offer: Tiny Tangerines: 2-4 year olds Young Tangerines: P1 – P3 J League: P4 – S1 As part of this we have also updated our coaching programme to include weekly rotating themes including: Heading, Finishing, Dribbling, Defending, 1v1 as well as small sided Read more about Our Coaches Try Out Our Revamped Structure[…]
We are delighted to announce that we are taking part in the Dundee Kiltwalk 2017 and we want you to join us! Our Chairman (David Dorward), Head of Operations (Jamie Kirk), Community Programme Manager (Gordon Grady) and Charity Trustee (Colin Clement) have all already committed to raise funds for DUCT by taking part in the Read more about Dundee Kiltwalk 2017 – Get Involved[…]