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Leitung / Führung Engagement der Interessengruppen Manchester City F.C.

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Using monitoring and evaluation techniques, the club was able to report that: it had made about 200,000 contacts in 2007; it worked with 416 schools and five colleges and universities; it involved people from all 31 wards of Manchester and 19 wards of Tameside. Furthermore, Manchester City’s community trust highlights the following 2007 statistics:

  • 118,000 young people engaged in CITC projects
  • More than 23,000 people over the age of 18 engaged in active initiatives. Male=66% female=34%; White British=76% (m=82% / f=18%); Asian=9% (m=93% / f=7%); Afro-Caribbean=15% (m=80% / f=20%); All under 19s=68%; 13% were aged 19-30, 7% 30-50; Those aged over 50 grew from 9% in 2006 to 12% in 2007; 14,600 disability contacts – this represented around 9% of all activity.
  • An estimated 6% of all activity supported children in care (and their families).
  • Blue Zone study centres attracted over 5,000 attendances.
  • The estimated “cost subsidy” per head of operating CITC is 157 GB pounds.

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Manchester City’s community trust, City in the Community, works to represent its community, supporters, staff, and other stakeholders to encourage future investment. The club also uses the practice to monitor and evaluate the impact it has in the community.