Kindred and Rangers Charity Foundation renew Team Talk funding agreement

Updated:2024-03-25 14:39    Views:141

Kindred Group, sponsor of Rangers FC, has announced the renewal of its funding agreement for Team Talk; a community initiative created by the Rangers Charity Foundation.

The Team Talk project is in its third year and the initiative supports men of all ages from all walks of life from the Glasgow area, with a specific focus on their mental health and wellbeing.

So far, the programme has helped 117 men in the Glasgow area, enabling them to share their feelings in a safe space.

Kindred’s sponsorship deal with Rangers is the longest-running in British football.

As part of the Team Talk initiative,baccarat rules Rangers’ new goalkeeper Jack Butland was invited along to one of the Foundation’s Team Talk sessions. Butland chatted to participants about their experiences and how the scheme has helped them and their families.

Rangers Charity Foundation CEO Connal Cochrane said: “We’re proud of the community initiatives that we have worked together with Kindred to build and to have helped so many people at Team Talk.

“The Rangers Charity Foundation is a powerful force for good and reached over 10,000 via 20 programmes in the community last season.

“The long-running nature of our relationship with Kindred enables us to build strategic support for people in the local community, which in this case is men who may benefit from assistance with their mental health.”

Sam Mead, UK Head of Marketing at Kindred Group, commented: “Kindred is very selective in terms of the clubs it partners with and all of our sponsorship work is predicated on community funding and support.

“In Rangers and Team Talk we have the ideal outlet for this ambition. We’re thrilled with the success of the project to date and look forward to helping more local men in the months ahead.”

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