Community Trust News

  1. MORTON BOYS | Meet Ciaran

    Ciaran Donnelly plays for our 2008 and 2007 Morton Community Teams and like his team mates, is football crazy. In July, Ciaran was involved in an unfortunate cycling accident that resulted in him suffering a head and eye injury with a permanent loss of vision to his left eye. Ciaran demonstrated incredible bravery throughout his [...]

  2. POSITIVE GOALS | Leeann’s Story

    Meet Leeann O’Hagan (pictured first on right). Leeann engaged with Morton Community’s Positive Goals project in August 2016 having become unemployed after ten years in the health and beauty sector. Leeann admits confidence was low and was looking for a career change. Having discussed her circumstances and situation with her work coach at Job Centre [...]

  3. #Morton50daychallenge | £2,900.09 Raised for Charities

    This year’s #Morton50daychallenge wrapped up at Cappielow last Tuesday evening (25/7) with a 5k walk or jog around the pitch, followed up a barbeque. Fundraisers have been walking, jogging, swimming or cycling 5k a day for five of seven days per week for the last fifty days. Whilst raising money for Morton Community and charities [...]

  4. POSITIVE GOALS | Morton & River Clyde Homes Partnership

    River Clyde Homes and Morton Community have teamed up to support RCH tenants into work through Morton’s Positive Goals project. Positive Goals is designed to support job seekers on their journey back to work. Each project is 6 weeks long in which we deliver a labour market related employability programme including three aspects of qualifications: World [...]

  5. STORY OF THE WEEK | Kit & Boot Recycling

      Our kit and boot recycling facility is once again open for business, and we’re looking for donations. The facility is part of our Greener Morton project which is funded by the Scottish Governments Climate Challenge Fund part of the Keep Scotland Beautiful charity. Our mobile facility will be visiting community centres across Inverclyde in [...]

  6. Vacancy | Employability Project Worker

    Job Title: Employability Project Worker Salary: £19,000 – £20,000pa Hours: 37 Hours per Week Closing Date: Friday 30th June 2017 Interviews: Monday 10th – Wednesday 12th July Start Date: 14th August 2017 Job Role: Our organisation has four core functions; Participation in Sport (football and hockey); Health & Well-being; Education and Employability. The purpose of the position is to work closely [...]

  7. STORY OF THE WEEK | Cappielow Tournament

    Over the past two Sunday’s Cappielow held host to two Morton Community tournaments with 319 boys and girls participating. Participating teams included Pollock United, Port Glasgow Juniors, Port Glasgow Boys Club, St Andrews and Ardgowan to name a few. Teams competed in 4 aside, 5 aside and 7 aside matches on the hallowed Cappielow surface. [...]

  8. #Morton50daychallenge

    Morton Community’s 50-day 5k challenge has returned and begins with a five kilometre walk or jog around the hallowed Cappielow turf on Monday 5 June 2017. Fundraisers are challenged to walk, jog, cycle or swim at least five kilometres for five of seven days each week. The challenge ends on Tuesday 25 July with an [...]

  9. GREENER MORTON | Free Football Fun Day

    When: Sunday 28th May 2017 Where: Cappielow Park, Greenock Time: 12pm – 3pm Cost: Free As part of our Greener Morton project we are delighted to announce we will be holding a Free Football Fun day based at Cappielow Park, home of Greenock Morton FC. We welcome all residents of Inverclyde to come along and [...]

  10. STORY OF THE WEEK | Football Fans In Training Festival

    This Sunday (7th May) our past and current Football Fans in Training (FFIT) participants will take to Cappielow whilst raising funds for Ardgowan Hospice. The FFIT festival has been developed by previous participants having played a charity match last year which raised £725 for Children in Poverty Inverclyde. Spectators are invited along to Cappielow on [...]