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Newcastle United nominated SCOPE, the disability organisation whose focus is people with cerebral palsy, to receive the funds raised from the Legends Master Class held at Newcastle United in 2005.  SCOPE’s aim is for disabled people to achieve equality and the grant of £3,150 they received from Field of Dreams helped fund the work of community development projects providing support to those with cerebral palsy.

In addition, Fleming Children’s Trust has benefited from over £4,500 raised through the ‘Live the Dream’ events played at St James’ Park in 2002 and 2003. Their mission is to relieve sick children in Newcastle Upon Tyne who are convalescent, disabled, handicapped, infirm or in need of assistance and also to support the charitable work of the NHS Trust. The funds helped purchase rehabilitation equipment for brain damaged children as well as laparoscopic surgery equipment.

January 2010 Update - The £4,000 proceeds from the 2009 match went to the Newcastle United Foundation, which builds on the Club’s existing community work and aims to use the local passion for football to help young people in the North East of England.

"We wish to thank Field of Dreams for helping us to continue our work in encouraging, learning and promoting healthy lifestyles that can make a real difference to the lives of children, young people and families in our region."