Morton in the Community News

  1. Morton Girls Presentation

    It was an evening of celebration for everyone at Morton Girls as they drew the 2018 season to an end with their presentation night, which was held at the Greenock Morton Town Hall on Friday, 30th November. The night began with Leeanne McPhail summarising the season, the successes through the teams and also expressing thanks [...]

  2. New Chief Exec appointed at Morton in the Community

    Greenock Morton Community Trust are delighted to today announce the appointment of Brian McLaughlin as our new chief executive. Brian, 32, has been a key figure in Morton in the Community’s development since he was appointed assistant community engagement manager to Tom Elliott back in August 2014. With Employability Manager Gordon McKillop recently moving on to [...]

  3. POSITIVE GOALS | William’s Story

    Positive Goals has been supporting participants to work since January 2015, to date we have engaged one hundred and sixty four people aged between nineteen and sixty five. We supported almost fifty percent of participants into work within a thirteen week window of the six week project ending. Seventy percent of those we support to [...]

  4. MINI MORTON | All you need to know about Mini Morton

      “Luke loves Mini Morton, his coaches’ enthusiasm and knowledge is a huge part in this. Well done!!” Mini Morton for Boys and Girls aged 4 – 12 years is split into two phases, phase 1 for boys and girls aged 4 – 8 years (Primary 1 – 3) and phase 2 for boys and [...]

  5. MICRO MORTON | All you need to know about Micro Morton

    “Sessions are very good and changes weekly, so keeps children thinking and not expecting” Micro Morton is the first step on Greenock Morton’s player pathway which runs from aged 2 years through to the Morton 1st team. Players in attendance will be challenged in a fun, safe learning environment by fully qualified SFA, Morton coaches. [...]

  6. JOB ADVERT | Employability Project Manager

    Job Title: Employability Project Manager Salary: To be discussed Hours: 37 hours per week Closing Date: Monday 27 August 2018 Interviews: Start Date: Immediate Job Role: Our award winning organisation has recently celebrated five years of engaging our community of Inverclyde, impacting and at times changing lives. We have four key focus items which are [...]

  7. VOLUNTEER INTERNSHIP | Meet Caitlin McKee

    Having been awarded £30,932 from Young Start delivered by the Big Lottery Fund, Morton in the Community aim to develop 48 young people aged 16 to 24 living in Inverclyde through the ‘Volunteer Internship’ Project from March 2018 to March 2020. Having engaged around 20 young people thus far, we took the opportunity to meet [...]

  8. POSITIVE GOALS | Partnership Opportunities.

    Our flagship employability programme Positive Goals has been a key fixture in our diverse catalogue of activities since January 2015. To date we have engaged one hundred and sixty four participants, delivering over nine thousand hours of workshops geared at removing and minimising barriers to work. With the overall goal aiming to support people living [...]

  9. UIST SUMMER CAMP | ‘Train Like a Pro’.

    Morton in the Community in partnership with Southend Football and Community Club in South Uist, with support from ferry operator CalMac Ferries Ltd, are holding a two day ‘Train Like a Pro’ experience at Daliburgh School on the 6th and 7th August 2018. Budding footballers aged five to sixteen are being given the opportunity to [...]

  10. #Morton50DayChallenge | Featured Fundraiser.

    Pamela Stewart signed up to the #Morton50DayChallenge back in March and has since raised £773.37 for Bloodwise, a charity close to Pamela’s heart, and Morton in the Community. Pamela comments: “I decided to take part to raise money for Bloodwise as this was a charity that my friend Bill had chosen before he passed away. [...]