Rollits Donate Hull City Membership Points to Tigers Trust to Enable Football Deliveries to Local Children

Hull City Corporate Members and one of Yorkshire’s leading law firms, Rollits LLP, have been accumulating their membership points during the pandemic and decided to put them to use in a charitable way by exchanging their points for footballs at Tigers Leisure to donate to our participants.

 The footballs were given to local children and young people so they can keep active and practice their football skills in their gardens and local parks whilst club activities are still unable to take place due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Catherine Bishop, Tigers Trust CEO said:

“An important part of our journey over the past year throughout the pandemic has been our working in partnership. We are delighted Rollits have kindly donated to us some Hull City merchandise for the benefit of those children and young people we are working with and know how much this will be valued as part of keeping people active.”

Pat Coyle, Director of Marketing & Client Relations at Rollits LLP said:

“We have had a long, successful and enjoyable partnership with Hull City and in common with other individual and corporate supporters have built up a lot of membership points while being unable to attend matches. We are looking forward immensely to cheering the team on in the stadium but meanwhile we recognise the importance of helping other people have fun and stay healthy through football – particularly children and young people. We have the highest regard for the Tigers Trust and their work we are delighted to be able to support them with our donation.”

The children loved receiving their footballs and look forward to practicing their skills over the Easter half term.

Posted on: 06/04/2021

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