Rochdale AFC Community Trust will be back on the road again shortly, following the renewal of an agreement which sees Extrastaff sponsor the charities minibus costs for another year.
Extrastaff, who are based predominantly in the South East & Midlands but also now have a presence in the North West, provide temporary driving and industrial staff to a wide range of clients, utilising state of the art IT systems and a professional approach that sets them apart from others in the field.
Headed up by exiled Dale fan Steve Hill, Extrastaff have under gone phenomenal growth in recent times.
“Even with the pandemic, the need for our services has rocketed and we have maintained a reputation for being able to deliver large numbers at short notice," commented Steve Hill, Managing Director of Extrastaff.
“I first got involved with the club by sponsoring the kit man's van.
“Since then I have joined the board of trustees for Rochdale AFC Community Trust and, with business going well, I wanted to give back to the community of the team I have supported since my teenage years.
“We are delighted to renew our sponsorship of the charities mini bus and hope that many people benefit.”
Ryan Bradley, Community Director, added: “The mini bus is a vital resource in helping us on our mission to make Rochdale a better place to live, work and play.
“Thanks to the donation from Extrastaff we will be able to transport our disability, military veterans, walking football and ladies teams to fixtures as well as support our sport, health, inclusion, education and employability programmes to engage even more people".
Rochdale AFC Community Trust are extremely grateful to Extrastaff and all of the corporate partners who support the charitable work in the community with donations as part of there corporate and social responsibility agenda.
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