Frome Town Football Club is delighted to announce our second season featuring Fair Frome as our charity kit sponsor, the Fair Frome logo will remain proudly on the shorts of both our home and away kits.
Fair Frome is a charity which works to help the most disadvantaged people in Frome and campaigns against inequality.
Fair Frome help people in the local community by offering practical support such as the Food Bank, the Furniture Bank, Community Lunches, "Holiday Hunger" lunches, and other projects designed to bring people together from different backgrounds and across generations to find common solutions. Frome Town F.C. will be working with Fair Frome throughout the season to support all initiatives with representation from the club at a variety of events. The club will continue to offer space within the clubs facilities to support Fair Frome.
In addition, both parties will be issuing a number of adult tickets for each home game to those who would not otherwise be able to attend a game (All children can attend all matches for free).
Jeremy Alderman, Chairman, Frome Town, said:
"We are delighted to continue to build our relationship with Fair Frome, last season saw the start of our relationship and this season we hope to drive this relationship further forwards. The work that Fair Frome conducts within our town is unbelievable and should never go unrecognised. Their ambitions align perfectly to the clubs and we hope to be doing more with Fair Frome throughout the season."
Bob Ashford Chair of Fair Frome commented:
" We are really pleased to be continuing this partnership with Frome Town. Over the past year the support the club has given us has really helped our schemes which rely entirely on local support and sponsorship. As well as hosting our Food at Five and Holiday Hunger events the free tickets for Food Bank users has brought families together to enjoy an event they wouldn't otherwise be able to afford. Fair Frome always looks for home based solutions to local problems and this support and partnership does just that. "