Realising Dreams Foundation
What Could You Do?
The GO Awards is continuing its support of The Realising Dreams Foundation as its nominated charity. The foundation supports a wide variety of young people with exceptional talent whose potential is limited by financial barriers. Together we can inspire a new generation unafraid to dream big and aim high.
On the night, the GO Awards we will host a raffle of prizes giving you the chance to win and donate to this worthy cause.
- Main prize – framed Scotland football shirt signed by Denis Law, Bobby Lennox and Jim McCalliog, the three goal scorers in Scotland’s victory at Wembley in 1967.
- Overnight for 2 people at Glasgow Marriott Hotel with bed and breakfast
- £50 worth of Love2Shop vouchers, and
- A bottle of champagne
All donations for The Realising Dreams Foundation go directly to the young people we sponsor giving them the best chance to exceed their potential. We are grateful for your kind support and encourage you to follow their progress to see the difference your donations make.
What Do We Do?
Since 2015 we have supported a range of talents from sport, music and education to the performing arts. We target those who stand out from the crowd with their history of achievements, drive and determination to succeed who inspire others along the way. Awards help with vital costs for professional tuition, training courses, major competitive events or purchase of essential equipment.
Unlike other charities, we support the individual – not groups – following their journey and celebrating their successes. Join our growing network of donors and help us make more dreams take flight!
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How Can We Help?
Since 2015 we have supported a mix of talented young people from across the UK, including
Supporting two DeaflympicsGB swimmers, Danielle Joyce and Shiona McClafferty
Scotland team players and siblings, Jessica and Danny Robson
Supporting rising star of Scottish and UK cycling, Georgia Mansfield
Through able2sail, helping several disability sailors in their training for major events like the Special Olympics