The Captains of Change program has been a huge success in developing community integration and cohesion, specifically between Holytown Colts, and the Muslim community from North Lanarkshire. The focus has been around joint coach education, building relationships, continual updates and liaising around opportunities and events between the grassroots club and Well Foundation (EM group responsible for organising sports for the wider diverse communities).

A cultural awareness workshop involving members from both club and group was delivered in religious (mosque) environment in order to break down barriers, promote understanding and build relationships.

An action plan has also been developed to consider youth and adult development in playing and coaching, allowing for integration between both. Further activity which resulted included joint coach education, as well as participation from both in an adult 11aside format friendly competition further allowing for integration as well as potential player pathway to amateur teams.

Recently the Holytown Colts committee members were invited to speak at Well Foundations 7 aside league prize ceremony, showing a commitment to this partnership as well as a better understanding of the EM community culture.

The Well Foundation (charity and sports providers to the NL Mosque) are also holding a Humanitarian Cup, involving teams nationally, Holytown Colts again have registered and shown their consistency in supporting and working with their group.