The Bromley Football Club Community Sports Trust is delighted to announce that it has successfully become an associate member of the Bromley Third Sector enterprise.
The news means the Club’s charitable arm will now be able to make important contacts in the Third Sector, as well as play a leading role in improving the mental and physical wellbeing of people in the Borough of Bromley.
Known as the BTSE, the organisation was formed in 2015, with the mission of facilitating the delivery of collaborative third sector services for the benefit of local communities. They have also managed the delivery of health contracts worth over £11 million in the past five years.
Toni Walsh, Chief Executive Officer of BTSE commented; “We’re delighted to welcome Bromley FC Community Sports Trust as Associate Members of BTSE. They’ve joined a growing network of 59 brilliant, not for profit organisations, all committed to supporting the health and wellbeing of people in the Bromley area.
BTSE is all about bringing third sector organisations together to help local people and having Bromley FC Community Sports Trust on board means we’ll be able to deliver even more opportunities for people to improve and maintain their physical and mental wellbeing.
We’re looking forward to working with Jeff and his team and we’re excited to start making the links and building those partnerships.”
Jeff Hutton, Director of Charity and Community at Bromley Football Club added; “Becoming a partner of the Bromley Third Sector Enterprise is a huge and exciting step forward for us. As a newly formed charity, it is vital we are able to network and partner up with similar organisations, and BTSE will provide this opportunity.
Furthermore, our values and mission very much sit alongside those of the BTSE, and this partnership will enable us to play a role in improving the mental and physical wellbeing of our community.”
Find out more about the work BTSE do on ‘Making Third Sector Partnerships Work’ by visiting their website here >