HAF shines on Notts TV with Guru Nanak’s Mission

The programme that highlights the spirit of community and inclusivity, HAF at Notts County Foundation recently featured on Notts TV alongside Guru Nanak’s Mission, who provide the free meals for the young people on the programme. This partnership brought together two organisations dedicated to making a positive impact on the lives of children and families in Nottingham, demonstrating the power of collective efforts in creating a brighter future.


  • Children given an opportunity to use equipment
  • Partnership with Guru Nanak’s Mission broadcasted
  • Available on Notts TV On-Demand


Guru Nanak’s Mission, a community organisation rooted in the principles of Sikhism, focuses on serving and supporting the local community. Their commitment to social welfare and compassion aligns perfectly with the ethos of Notts County Foundation and the HAF. The collaboration between these two organisations was celebrated on Notts TV, showcasing the positive impact they are making in the community. The segment highlighted the heart-warming stories of children who have benefited from the ‘Holiday Activities and Food’ Programme and how Guru Nanak’s Mission has been an invaluable partner in supporting their mission. One of the standout features of this partnership is Guru Nanak’s Mission’s generous contributions towards providing nutritious meals to children participating in the programme. This essential support ensures that children have access to wholesome food during the school holidays, helping to combat food insecurity in the community.


Notts County Foundation Chief Financial Officer Sam Crawford beamed at the recent show: “We are honoured to have collaborated again with Guru Nanak’s Mission for the HAF programme and for it to have been featured on Notts TV. This partnership exemplifies the positive impact that collective efforts can have on our community, highlighting our shared commitment to inclusivity and the well-being of the children and families we serve.”


The Notts County Foundation’s commitment to inclusivity and community-building was on full display during the TV appearance. Sport and Inclusion Officer Matt Muir featured on the piece, sharing insights into the positive impact of the ‘Holiday Activities and Food’ Programme, emphasising the importance of creating an inclusive environment where every child feels valued and empowered.


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Guru Nanak’s Mission echoed the sentiment of inclusivity and community support. Their representative and Notts County Foundation trustee, Meena Hanspal, expressed their dedication to serving the local community and the joy they derive from making a difference in the lives of children and families: “As a trustee of Notts County Foundation and a member of Guru Nanak’s Mission, it’s incredibly heart-warming to see our collaboration featured on Notts TV. Together, we’re making a real difference in our community, emphasizing the power of unity and compassion.”


The collaboration between the two organisations not only highlights the positive impact they are making but also serves as a shining example of how collective efforts can lead to meaningful change in the community. Together, they are ensuring that children have access to quality experiences and nutritious meals during school holidays, contributing to their overall well-being and development.


For more information on our HAF programme, contact sarah.mccamphill@nottscountyfoundation.org.uk

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