Northampton’s Boost Trampoline Park have made the Northampton Saints Foundation their Charity of the Year, and to celebrate five players will be there this Sunday to support the launch.
“We are hugely grateful to them for thinking of us and I’m excited to see this partnership grow further.”Matt Goode, Head of Northampton Saints Foundation
The entertainment venue will be donating 50% of its income from Sunday evening and several other events throughout the year directly to the Northampton Saints Foundation – which aims to educate, inspire and support young people and their communities.
Boost Northampton is a 30,000 square foot indoor trampoline park boasting over 50 interconnected trampolines, two Extreme Dodgeball courts, a Battle Beam, foam pits, and basketball hoops.
“We’re delighted that Boost Northampton have selected us to be their Charity of the Year,” said Matt Goode, Northampton Saints’ Head of Foundation.
“All of their donations will make a huge difference in allowing us to fulfil our Foundation aims of improving the motivation, self-esteem and learning of young people through the medium of sport.
“We are hugely grateful to them for thinking of us and I’m excited to see this partnership grow further.”
The Northampton Saints Foundation website will launch in full later this summer. For more information about the Foundation’s aims or to get involved, please email [email protected].