ITFC: Super Blues on hunt for charity to support next season
The Super Blues are on the look-out for a local charity to support during the coming season.
Ipswich Town selects a worthy cause to support each season with players dedicating their time to raise the profile of the chosen cause.
In the past the club has worked with Cancer Campaign in Suffolk, Genesis Orwell Mencap, the East Anglian Air Ambulance, Age UK Suffolk and Lighthouse Women’s Aid.
The chosen charity will receive ongoing support from August until May, with a share of the club’s FA Community Shield distribution, signed memorabilia to help raise funds.
Town’s PR manager Jade Cole said: “Working with local charitable organisations has always been important. The club are committed to offering the best possible support to our chosen charity, helping to raise their profile, and much needed funds.”
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