Northampton Saints Foundation is excited to welcome another partner on board, with Rock Up the latest to join the team.
Rock Up is an indoor climbing experience for thrill seekers of all ages. It has multiple locations across the UK, each boasting an indoor soft play area and a café serving great coffee and fresh food, providing fantastic new adventures for family and friends.
And it will now be supporting the Saints Foundation by providing two monthly reward sessions for students on the Engage Primary and Secondary, Plus and HITZ programmes.
“We are very grateful for the support of Rock Up,” said Northampton Saints social inclusion manager Jordan Letts.
“Partnerships like these are why our inclusion programmes have such a positive outcome for our young people.”
“Partnerships like these are why our inclusion programmes have such a positive outcome for our young people.”Jordan Letts, social inclusion manager
The Saints Foundation’s delight at the new link-up is shared by Paul Stigwood, centre manager of Rock Up at Rushden Lakes.
“Having personally worked with the Saints Foundation in the past, I am truly excited to be partnering such a fantastic organisation,” Stigwood said.
“Being given the opportunity to be able to support the great work the Foundation does is an honour and one Rock Up looks forward to building on and developing.
“We can’t wait for the first visit!”
The relationship between the Saints Foundation and Rock Up will provide plenty of positives for all involved.
And Saints social inclusion officer Harry James added: “The partnership with Rock Up at Rushden Lakes is really beneficial for the Engage programme.
“It provides our students with opportunities that they would maybe never be able to experience without this link.
“The rock-climbing sessions are a great physical activity for the students and they all get to challenge themselves in a really positive and enjoyable way.
“The team at Rock Up are brilliant with the kids, and all of us at the Northampton Saints Foundation really appreciate this partnership and hope for it to grow over the coming years.”