Oswaldtwistle Mills Join Friends Scheme

Oswaldtwistle Mills are the latest organisation to join the ‘Friends of Accrington Stanley’ scheme aimed at getting local businesses involved with supporting the charity.

The ‘Friends of Accrington Stanley Community Trust’ scheme provides an ideal way for local businesses to engage its corporate social responsibility by supporting an organisation that improves health, social inclusion levels, as well as delivering sport and education programmes to over 15,000 local people.

Philip Woodford, Oswaldtwistle Mills Business & Conference Centre Co-ordinator (pictured) said “Accrington Stanley Community Trust have been a tenant at our business centre for the last 6 years. We have seen at first hand all the work they are doing with local community engagement projects with all the contacts they bring through our centre.  We are delighted to become a friend of Accrington Stanley Community Trust and are very happy to help support the great work that the Trust are doing in Hyndburn. We are proud to do our bit to support such a worthwhile cause.’’

By donating or fundraising £1000 to Accrington Stanley Community Trust, organisations or individuals will receive a variety of benefits such as use of the ‘Friends of ASCT’ logo and advertising benefits such as social media coverage, website links and match day programme exposure.

ASCT Chief Executive Officer, Martin Fearon said ‘We are delighted that Oswaldtwistle Mills are supporting us with this scheme. We want to appeal to the local business community to support us in delivering some great projects in Hyndburn that really do make a difference to lots of people. This scheme is a great chance for businesses to give something back to the local community. All funds raised will go directly into delivering a number of community projects’.

Philip Woodford, Oswaldtwistle Mills Business & Conference Centre Co-ordinator and Martin Fearon, CEO of Accrington Stanley Community Trust.

To find out more, or to become a friend of Accrington Stanley Community Trust, get in touch with Martin Fearon, on martin.fearon@stanleytrust.co.uk  or call 01254 304071. You can also find more information by clicking the following link; http://www.stanleytrust.co.uk/partnership-opportunities/