THE Bradford Bulls Foundation, committed to making a positive impact in the local community, this week took a significant step forward with a leadership skills session led by Bulls assistant coach, Lee Greenwood.

The session, held on Tuesday morning, marked the beginning of an exciting new chapter for the Foundation as it seeks to enhance its coaching staff and expand its outreach to schools across Bradford.

The leadership skills session with Greenwood was part of the Foundation’s broader initiative to develop and train its coaches further, empowering them with the necessary skills to make a lasting difference in the lives of children throughout Bradford.

By investing in the professional development of its staff, the Foundation is aiming to create more opportunities to upskill children, fostering a culture of growth, resilience, and leadership within the community.

Commenting on this milestone event, Chris Chamberlain, CEO of the Bradford Bulls Foundation, expressed his enthusiasm for the Foundation’s future endeavours, stating: “Today marks an exciting new chapter for the Bradford Bulls Foundation.

“This morning’s session signifies our commitment to enhancing the capabilities of our coaching staff and expanding our impact within the Bradford community. We are thrilled to embark on this journey towards greater empowerment and positive change.”

The Foundation commented: “We extends our heartfelt gratitude to Lee Greenwood for dedicating his time and expertise to providing invaluable insights to its staff members.

“As the Bradford Bulls Foundation continues to strive towards, our vision of creating a brighter future for Bradford’s youth, will lead us to announce further updates and initiatives in the coming weeks.”