Windsor Football Club has teamed up with the town's Homeless Project to support the vital work that they do to help its most vulnerable residents.

The Windsor Homeless Project provides a drop-in centre and practical support to the homeless and vulnerable. Their aim is to find solutions to homelessness, by helping guests to access housing through counselling while also helping those at risk of homelessness.

As part of a partnership Windsor FC has gifted some storage space for the project at its Stag Meadow premises, which will act as a collection point for food and clothing items. The club is encouraging supporters to bring any number of items to the club on match days. For full details of what to bring, please check the website or the match day programme.

Nick Roberts, Windsor Homeless Project Manager said: "It’s great to be working in partnership with Windsor FC. Their presence and history in the town is well known and I’m thrilled that they will be using that to support and help the most vulnerable in our town.

“Homelessness is an issue that isn’t going away in Windsor and the work that we do can only continue to happen through the generosity of our supporters and volunteers."

James Anderson, Windsor FC Communities Manager said: “We’re delighted to be able to support the vital work that Nick and his team do in our town. We have a great fan base who will no doubt get behind this initiative, as well as the players and supporters of our youth teams who will also enthusiastically get involved.”