We are delighted to welcome Jonny Roy to the Community team full time as our new Health Project Worker.
Jonny’s main role will be to coordinate our ActivAGE project working within 8 care settings across Inverclyde providing opportunities for residents to engage in meaningful activities with Morton in the Community (MITC) staff and volunteers.
Health Project Worker, Jonny Roy;“I’m delighted to be the new Health Project Worker for Morton in the Community. I’ve gained a lot of experience working here over the past couple of years as a Sports Project Worker, and now I’m really looking forward to a new challenge. I’m excited to work on our new ActivAge project, as well as continuing the good work with FFIT, Walking Football and Football Memories. This role will allow me to see first-hand the positive impact Morton in the Community has on a range of participants and I am excited to get started”
Chief Exec, Brian McLaughlin;“We are delighted to welcome Jonny to the team full time, over the last 15 months he has been involved in a variety of projects including ActivAGE within Newark Care Home. Throughout this time, he has been an exceptional role model and an asset to MITC. I would personally like to thank ‘Changing Lives through Sport and Physical Activity Fund’ for allowing us to grow this project and recruit Jonny to the team.”
For more information on ActivAGE please get in touch with Jonny via email; firstname.lastname@example.org call the Community office on 01475 731949.
This role is funded by ‘Changing Lives through Sport and Physical Activity Fund’, which is a partnership between; Sportscotland, The Robertson Trust, Spirit of 2012, and The Scottish Government.