Dunfermline Athletic

Who We Are

Dunfermline Athletic Disabled Supporters’ Club (DADSC) was originally set up in 2007 to organise travel to away games and to give disabled supporters a voice, and after a few years where activity was limited, the Club was revived in 2016.

From 18 July 2018, DADSC has been a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (No SC048550). As part of the SCIO registration process, DADSC adopted a new constitution acceptable to the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR). This new constitution can be found on the link below.

 SCIO Constitution Issue 1

The present Charity Trustees are:
Chair: Dave Nugent
General Secretary: John Simpson
Treasurer: Vacant
Trustee: Nicola Campbell
Trustee: David Laming
Trustee: Eddie Martin

Assistant Treasurer: Timothy Curle

Membership Secretary: Timothy Curle

Independent Examiner of Accounts: Alan Hogarth MCIBS.

DADSC is also a member of the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (No 5197)

DADSC is registered at Companies House as Company number CS003514

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Bucket Collection at EEP

Bucket Collection at EEPHuge thanks to the ever-generous Pars fans, who donated £655 to the DADSC First Floor Access Fund at a bucket collection which took place on 20 April before the match against Queens Park at KDM Group East End Park.

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Asda Collections

Asda CollectionsDADSC`s bucket collection teams visited the two Asda stores in Dunfermline (St Leonards and Halbeath) on 10 and 17 March, raising £367 for the First Floor Access fund. Many thanks to Asda, to the many people who donated so generously, and of course to our team of Josephine Chesby, David Henderson, Dave Nugent and John Simpson

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CAFE WEEK OF ACTION 2024The Week of Action headed by CAFE (Centre for Access to Football in Europe), uses #TotalAccess to harness the power of sport as a catalyst for disability-inclusive change in wider society. For 2024, DADSC and DAFC promoted the work done by The Pars Foundation and local charity Fairway Fife to build the confidence of those with autism or other learning disabilities and make them feel less isolated within our community.

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