AFC Bournemouth are delighted to announce their new charity partner nominated by the supporters for both the 2023/24 and 2024/25 seasons.
Charity partners will receive support from the Cherries over the coming two seasons through player appearances, signed merchandise and club media support.
Caroline Pope, Corporate Partnerships & Marketing Manager for the charity said, “We are very excited about this opportunity to promote our work to the wider community and recognise the vital work of our volunteers. The support of the Club is a huge boost for all of us”.
Their Supporters partner is: Home-Start Wessex
The mission at Home-Start Wessex is to give children the best possible start in life by supporting local parents going through a challenging life situation. They provide specially-trained volunteers to work with the family at this vital time to ensure the child has a positive start in life and goes on to flourish.
Parents are often dealing with more than one issue from; poor mental health, disability, domestic abuse, bereavement and isolation, which impacts the child’s young years causing ongoing problems. The earliest years make a big difference and they help to make sure those years count, so no child’s future is limited.
More information: homestartwessex.org.uk
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AFC Bournemouth are delighted to announce our new charity partner nominated by the supporters for both the 2023/24 and 2024/25 seasons.
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