Mansfield stalwarts come together for the greater good
Mansfield Building Society has donated £1,000 to Mansfield Town’s Community Trust.
The donation will go toward helping the Trust deliver its exciting community programme which includes coaching and health and wellbeing initiatives alongside its work with schools and the Community Trust Sports College.
The donation follows on from recent news that the Building Society has become a Bronze Partner of the Stags – a move which will see the Society’s branding displayed on the club’s new digiboard inside the One Call Stadium on home matchdays.
Commercial development executive, Richard Crisp, said the Society was delighted to be supporting both the Football Club and the Trust, and that he was immensely proud of the contribution that both organisations continue to make to the community:
“Mansfield Town has worked incredibly hard on and off the pitch to grow its local and loyal fanbase, and its commitment to the local community together with its ability to unite people through the power of sport is clear to see.
This dedication to the community resonates with us and I can only see our relationship growing in future, alongside the Stags’ continued success on the pitch.”
Mansfield Town Community Trust manager, Gary Shaw, said: “We are truly grateful to Mansfield Building Society for their generous donation of £1,000 to the Trust.
“This support will be instrumental in enhancing our initiatives, across our programmes such as Education & Employability, Sports Participation & Community Engagement and Health & Wellbeing.
Together, we are making a positive impact on our community, and Mansfield Building Society’s contribution is a testament to their commitment to our shared goals.”
Picture caption L-R: Richard Crisp, Mansfield Building Society commercial development executive; Carolyn Radford, Mansfield Town FC chief executive; John Radford, Mansfield Town FC chairman.