Northampton Saints Foundation are delighted to announce that Nene Valley Rotary Club and Cell Regeneration Ltd have both pledged their support via the Sponsor a Student scheme.
The Sponsor a Student scheme allows individuals and businesses to provide financial support to help the Saints Foundation deliver 12 months of learning for a young person through our support programmes.
Each donation helps us to create an infrastructure of skills, people, resources and facilities that ensures we can continue to use the values of rugby and the power of sport to Inspire, Support and Educate young people within our community – helping them on their pathway to employment, so they can enjoy a better future.
Dominic McGuinness, President of Nene Valley Rotary Club, said: “We have supported Northampton Saints Foundation and their work for many years, so we are delighted to continue our involvement with this new initiative.”
“I have seen first-hand the impact that the Foundation has on their students’ lives,” added Liz Clare, Managing Director at Cell Regeneration Ltd – a family-run healthcare company and leading providers of MBST therapy in the UK.
“So, we are honoured to back such an impactful initiative that continues to open its doors to help more and more young people.”
Each of the students at Northampton Saints Foundation has struggled within mainstream education – whether they have experienced academic or behavioural difficulties, trauma at home, or involvement in anti-social behaviour or crime – and have been referred to us to help guide them into training and development opportunities.
For making their contributions towards the Sponsor a Student initiative, both Nene Valley Rotary Club and Cell Regeneration will take advantage of a number of exclusive benefits.
“We are delighted that both Nene Valley Rotary Club and Cell Regeneration have chosen to support us and our students in this way,” said Sue Wright, Foundation Fundraising Manager.
“Donations like this are so important in helping us continue to deliver the support that is so vital for these young students.”