Northampton Town Football Club Thanks Full Support For Their Donation Of 20,000 Face Masks
For many, participating in local organised sport is a welcome escape of day-to-day life and has been proven to have a positive impact on mental health.
With restrictions easing, COVID-19 regulations have allowed for facilities such as the Northampton Town Football Club (NTFC) to welcome back its members.
Here at Full Support Healthcare, we understand the value of community sports and wanted to help out anyway we could. That’s why we donated 20,000 face masks to Northampton Town Football Club.
These masks enable the club’s employees and those being supported by its community programmes, to stay safe and comply with Government regulations.
NTFC Commercial Director said: “This is a wonderful community gesture from Full Support in Wellingborough and we are very grateful for their support.
“As a club, we come into contact with and are continuing to support thousands of people throughout this pandemic and the donation of these masks is a huge help to ensure we keep everyone as safe as possible.”
Sarah Stoute, CEO of Full Support Healthcare, added: “We supply PPE to the NHS and all over the world, but our home is here in Northamptonshire. We’re delighted to be able to support the Cobblers, as well as many other local clubs, schools and charities, helping to keep communities safe in these challenging times.”
The donation continues to be distributed across the club’s activities, including the first team squad and all the children that took part in the club’s Easter holiday courses.
Since the start of the pandemic, Full Support has donated over 20.8 million face masks to good causes around the world. If you represent a school, charity or good cause that could benefit from free face masks, get in touch with Katie on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01933 672 180.