FIM – Family Projects
We, the FIM-Family, strive for our vision of a world worth living in for all people through joint projects.
True to our slogan “together we are stronger”, we use the expertise of individual partners to achieve the greatest possible outcome.
Project Laos- Each ball counts
Education and Integration through Football
Within the framework of the 6th international CSR-Forum, the FIM- Family decided to support a joint project. With the “Each ball counts” campaign the participating partners transfer one Euro/ Swiss Franc/ Pound for every ball they purchased to the Laos project, at the end of the year.
These financial contributions enable young Laotians to train as coaches, who in turn train young people as football coaches in their home regions. The focus here is not only on the sporting aspect, but also on the health aspect. For example, the training includes nutrition and Hygiene courses.
Jerseys & Ball Donations
International Swiss U16 Cup
Every two years we organize together with the association International Swiss U16 Cup an international Swiss U16 Cup with Special Adventure Camp.
Further information can be found here:/http://www.swissu16.com
Disability Football Showcase Chelsea FC May 26th / 27th 2018
The Disability Football Showcase of Chelsea FC is one of the largest in Europe. One of the highlights is the tournament day on Sunday. Play together with disability teams from European football clubs at the famous Stamford Bridge, or enjoy the unique atmosphere as a spectator.
Two days with over 850 participants and 11 tournaments.
Two days with lots of fun and emotions
Two days with friends
Saturday (Cobham Training Center):
Junior Amputee Cup (U8)
Junior CP Cup (Age 8-16)
Pan Disability Cup (U8)
Pan Disability Cup (U12)
Pan Disability Cup (U16)
Adult CP Cup 16+
Walking Football Tournament
Blind Football Showcase 16+
Sunday (Stamford Bridge Stadium)
Pan Disability Cup 16+
“The impact that FIM-Family can give is not measurable. I see the smile on their face, I hear their parents’ stories. We as a network have to show people how easy it is to involve people, with only a small change in the mind.”
Andy Rose, Disability Inclusion Coordinator Chelsea FC Foundation, CSR-Forum, 2017