Inspire Suffolk signs three-year kit deal with Total Football in Ipswich
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An Ipswich sports and education charity is celebrating after agreeing a new three-year kit sponsorship deal with a company based near the town’s waterfront.
Inspire Suffolk’s team of coaches and youth workers will wear new Joma kit supplied by Total Football over the next three years, it has been announced.
The new kit supply deal between Inspire Suffolk and Total Football, based in Key Street, also involves an agreement for the company to provide a sponsorship package for the charity.
Inspire Suffolk, based in Lindbergh Road in Ipswich, is an independently-funded education support charity uses sport to motivate, inspire and improve the life chances of troubled young people in Suffolk.
Andy Crump, programmes director at Inspire Suffolk, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with such a fantastic local business.
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“Supporting local is at the centre of everything we do at Inspire Suffolk; supporting local young people through a range of personal development and sports programmes.
“We would like to thank Total Football for their sponsorship of our new kits provided by Joma and look forward to a fantastic relationship starting here.”
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Inspire Suffolk works with young people who are NEET (not in employment, education or training) and guides them to fulfilling futures.
They engage with other young people, such as those with physical and learning disabilities, through a range of sports and character-building, qualification-gaining programmes.
Karen Cornforth, owner of Total Football, said: “Total Football is extremely proud in becoming Inspire Suffolk’s official teamwear supplier for the next three years.
“Being a local business and heavily involved with local football, we are very excited to be able support such a fantastic charitable organisation, which has such a positive impact on so many local children and creates so many opportunities for young people of all abilities.
“We will also be setting up a own unique club shop for Inspire Suffolk for online purchases for all players and supporters. We would like to thank Andy Crump for all his work with us in creating this fantastic partnership and we look forward to an exciting future working in partnership with Inspire Suffolk.”