The Club was delighted to show its support for If U Care Share’s Inside Out campaign during the weekend’s action at The Brewery Field.
Inside Out is an annual drive to spark conversations and highlight the importance of talking – bringing what’s on the Inside, Out.
In participating in the activity over the weekend, Moors joined the bid to help spread a life-saving message to end the stigma around talking about suicide and prevent further unnecessary deaths.
The Men’s First Team all wore the campaign’s specially designed t-shirts during the warm-up ahead of their 2-0 victory over Hereford in National League North on Saturday.
And Moors Ladies also gave a nod to the charity and its messaging by posing with their warm-up t-shirts on ‘inside out’ to further support the aims of the campaign on Sunday, which was World Suicide Prevention Day itself.
“We were extremely proud to support this campaign across the entire Club over the weekend,” explained Moors’ Managing Director, Ian Geldard.
“Suicide sadly remains a leading cause of death in men under 50 and the work that If U Care Share do, particularly around the Inside Out campaign, is invaluable in the drive to save lives.
“Hopefully, the exposure our Men and Women players gave to the drive can have an impact that makes a difference in our region and beyond.”