The Northampton Saints Foundation has been given a huge Boost with the renewal of one of its most successful partnerships.
Northampton’s Boost Trampoline Park has opted to extend its support of the Saints Foundation, continuing a relationship that has been hugely productive for both parties.
The connection between the Saints Foundation and Boost started back in April 2018 and has gone from strength to strength ever since.
“This is great news – the donations that Boost have made to the Saints Foundation have already made a huge difference.”Catherine Deans, Foundation Managing Director
Boost, a 30,000 square foot indoor trampoline park which boasts 50 interconnected trampolines, two extreme dodgeball courts, a battle beam, foam pits and basketball hoops, has kindly donated a significant percentage of their events income to the Saints Foundation.
The entertainment venue even named the Saints Foundation as its ‘Charity of the Year’ as efforts continue to educate, inspire and support a plethora of young people and their communities.
And those efforts will now become ever more effective after the link-up between Boost and the Saints Foundation was reaffirmed.
“This is great news for everyone involved,” said Catherine Deans, managing director of the Saints Foundation.
“The donations that Boost have made to the Saints Foundation have already made a huge difference in enabling us to help young people through the medium of sport.
“The partnership has proved extremely productive and we are very grateful for the support we have received.
“We are now looking forward to seeing our relationship get even stronger following this exciting renewal.”