Both ends of the age scale in Luton have been united in a brand new sport sponsorship deal.
The Luton and Central Beds office of Home Instead Senior Care has paid for a new kit for the Under 10 football team of Stopsley United.
Maria Collins, director of the home care company, said: “Our ethos is one where our people show compassion towards each and every client, showing tremendous teamwork throughout the week.
“Compassion is a value shared by young and old alike, and with their emphasis on teamwork, this makes sponsoring Stopsley United a perfect fit. We are pleased to be able to give back to the young people in the community.”
Matthew Cuthbertson, secretary of Stopsley United Football Club, said: “I can't thank Home Instead enough for their support. It's amazing as a Football Club that we can have the support of local companies that are investing in the local community. With the support of Home Instead, we have been able to provide a brand new playing kit for our Under 10 team and we can also teach them social values that will help them in later life.
“I am really excited about working with them and also about the support and values that they can help pass on to our younger generation. It shows the commitment of Stopsley United and HomeInstead to work to help invest and improve our local community.”