SPONSORS

Our sponsors help the club in a number of ways throughout the year, often in a way which is specific to their own business.

We are grateful to them for their support, not only as a club but also as a community.

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OUR NOMINATED CHARITIES

Every year at the club's AGM, members choose a nominated charity which the club will support throughout the year. This year's nominated charities are:

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INSPIRE MENTAL HEALTH

www.inspirewellbeing.org

Our vision:

Wellbeing for all.

Our mission:

We want to build a flourishing society in which all people have access to services and support appropriate to their mental health and wellbeing needs. To achieve this we will promote, support and explore flourishing mental wellbeing throughout society. We will be an exceptional organisation marked by excellence, efficiency and innovation.


Our values:

  • We provide high quality, professional and innovative services.

  • We enable positive outcomes for the people who use our services.

  • We act with integrity and compassion.

  • We engage with and inspire each other.

  • We influence policy and public opinion.

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NOGGIN

www.nogginsport.org

Here at Noggin Sport, we are dedicated to raising awareness of the effects of mental illness in sport.

Our aim is to keep heads in the game for as long as possible through the creation of a unique headwear range, designed to share and promote the positive effects of mental health awareness.

We are a Community Interest Company, where the profits we make go straight into supporting mental health awareness projects across the UK & Ireland.

Our logo, the wolf-sheep, is a reverse of the well-known phrase, ‘a wolf in sheep’s clothing.’ The wolf is a metaphor for the individual’s outward display of bravery and strength, while the sheep is a metaphor for the individual’s inward feeling of vulnerability.

Often, people keep their ‘sheep’ hidden under their ‘wolf.’ At Noggin, we want to help remove the stigma surrounding mental health issues in sport by reassuring people that it is OK to reveal their 'sheep' and to feel fragile.