KMF is pleased to be the Principal Partner of Stoke City Football Club's Community Trust) scheme for the forthcoming season. The Trust engages with local young people to raise aspiration, realise potential and strive to accomplish more, at a personal or professional level.
Using the power of sport to break down boundaries and involve people of all ages, abilities and social backgrounds, SCCT works to promote health and wellbeing and improve education.
Formerly known as the Stoke City club's Football in the Community scheme or Community Programme, the Trust engages with people in many varied ways and reaches out to over 150,000 young people each year in an attempt to benefit these youngsters by enriching their lives in some way.
The Trust is self-funding and financially independent of Stoke City Football Club, which means it's fully reliant on sponsors to continue providing this excellent service to the community.
As a firm that is already actively involved in the local community, initiating projects that inspire the next generation aligns with the KMF company's core values and beliefs.
Managing Director, Gareth Higgins commented "KMF are delighted to be the Principal Partner of Stoke City Community Trust. Their work in the community will complement our efforts with regard to fundraising, supporting local causes and education. It will be a pleasure to work with the Trust, and the other partners, to contribute to the important work they do."
Listers Trade Frames and Leek United Building Society join the scheme as Associate Partners. Stoke City's Head of Community, Adrian Hurst said: "We are really proud that three well established and successful companies in our region KMF, Lister Trade Frames and Leek Building Society have committed to becoming Community Trust partners."
"Sport is widely perceived to generate a number of social impacts, and here at Stoke City Community Trust we are very proud of our ability to deliver such schemes throughout the region."
"We are very much looking forward to working with KMF, Listers Trade Frames and Leek Building Society in enhancing our Community offer."