To mark 150 days to go to the start of the World Games, Cerebral Palsy Sport is delighted to announce the sponsorship for the Team CP England kit by Goodman Corporate Finance.
Cerebral Palsy Sport are delighted to mark 150 days to go to the start of the World Games by announcing the sponsorship of the Team CP England kit with Goodman Corporate Finance.
The Nottingham 2015 CPISRA World Games will take place in the heart of the historic city of Nottingham between 6th-16th August 2015. The majority of the competition action is taking place at the new iconic Harvey Hadden Sports Complex.
The international competition which is attracting entries from over 18 nations so far will include Athletics (including Racerunner); Bowls; Swimming; Para Taekwondo; Table Cricket and the inaugural Under 19 CP Football World Championships.
Cerebral Palsy Sport will be entering an England Team across the sports of Athletics, Bowls, Football, Swimming, Para-Taekwondo and Table Cricket and are also announcing the Team Managers of each sport for the team today. The sponsorship donation from Goodman Corporate Finance enabled Cerebral Palsy Sport to raise additional funds through the Big Give Fundraising Challenge last December and we thank Candis and other supporters for supporting the Big Give Challenge.
Alison Talbot, Chief Executive of Cerebral Palsy Sport said “We are delighted to announce Goodman Corporate Finance as the sponsors of Team CP England kit and we thank Paul, his team, Candis and all our Big Give supporters who are enabling us to provide kit to our England team.”
Paul Goodman said: “We are delighted to be supporting Team CP England as part of Cerebral Palsy Sport’s team for the World Games. I saw at first hand the difference the charity’s work can make when I attended the launch of its new and innovative team sport ‘Frame Football’.
“My wife and I have both supported the charity through fundraising for a few years, and we decided that as well as giving on a personal level, the company could offer a way to raise the team’s profile with a wide network of people across the corporate world”
Image: Paul Goodman and Roxanne Goodman presented a cheque for £5,000 to Ali Talbot, Chief Executive of Cerebral Palsy Sport.