News & Events
Since DADSC is registered as a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation, any donation you make to DADSC will be boosted by 25% at no cost to yourself through the Government`s Gift Aid scheme.
Just download, print off and complete this form, and send it to us with your donation. We`ll do the rest.
This magnificent framed and signed shirt raised £200 from an online auction in October 2018. It is from Stewart Petrie`s 2003 testimonial match and has been signed by the squad. The frame measures 34” x 32”. Proceeds from the auction all went towards providing wheelchair access to the 1st Floor at EEP.Read more
A self-catering weekend (Fri-Mon) at Kittiwake House, St Monans, was made available for auction in August 2018, thanks to the generosity of the owner. £340 was raised for the Lift Fund.the winning bid coming from Pars fan Billy George.
Limousine transport to/from Dunfermline was generously provided by Coop Funeralcare.
Across Europe, 3-11 March 2018 was the CAFE Week of Action, an annual celebration of disabled people and their important roles across all levels of football. Dunfermline Athletic FC was pleased to join with clubs in over 20 countries in supporting the 2018 theme “Total Football - Total Access”.Read more
Lynsey Jones is DAFC`s Disability Access Officer. She deals with problems and enquiries from fans, and liaises with other clubs about arrangements for travelling supporters. She welcomes suggestions from individual fans about disability and the matchday experience.
DADSC has its own merchandise, available for purchase - click HERE to send us a message by email and we`ll make arrangements with you for payment and collection.
DAFC is (we believe) the first club in Scotland to operate the Match Buddy scheme, where trained volunteers help disabled fans - but only if they want help!
The sort of thing a Match Buddy does is buying programmes or 50/50 tickets, getting items from the kiosks, and providing the Pars “chill-cheater” blankets.
In our picture you can see Clover Bell (Match Buddy) in action, with DADSC members Ali Carstairs and Gillian Cosgrove.