GiveToLocal is absolutely delighted to announce another official National Partnership and with one of the most progressive of all governing bodies, Table Tennis England.
We will now be offering our innovative, zero-fees, fundraising model for table tennis clubs in full partnership with Table Tennis England ensuring a fully aligned programme of support.
This extremely positive development brings into sharp focus our approach which is to ensure our support is offered collaboratively. What also makes this partnership so exciting is the breadth and scope of the community programmes that Table Tennis England currently offer and which GiveToLocal can support.
Colin Eley, Partnerships Manager at Table Tennis England said, “Like everyone, the last 18 months has been extremely challenging for our clubs and the impacts will likely been seen for some time yet.
“We are therefore very pleased to enter this partnership and would actively encourage our clubs to explore how the innovative GiveToLocal model can help them to raise much needed funds.”
Claire Warner, Clubs, Schools and Leagues Manager said: “Many community based clubs struggle to make connections locally and drive engagement with a local network. GiveToLocal can help by providing those clubs with a nationally recognised technology and support that helps connect them with local people and businesses”.
Commenting on this latest National Partnership, Colin Stromsoy, Director of Strategic Partnerships said
“GiveToLocal is completely focused on doing everything we can to support community sports clubs in conjunction with other key partners. Our role has always been to offer our expertise in sports fundraising to ensure community clubs are able to develop new and sustainable income, helping them to deliver more and better opportunities for everyone.”
“We’ve been talking to Colin and the team at Table Tennis England extensively over the past few months and hearing of their plans for the sport has been truly exciting. They are a great team and we are committed to doing everything we can to support those plans to enable more people to be able to play table tennis in the months and years ahead.”
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