MAIDSTONE, UK, 19/08/22 - Apogee Corporation are delighted to announce a new partnership with Lincoln City Women, as part of a wider journey to support inclusivity in sport and business.
In light of the Lionesses’ recent victory at the Women’s Euros 2022; the promotion of inclusivity for women within UK institutions has never been more vital. Proud to support Lincoln City Women, Apogee will continue to look for opportunities to invest further into Women’s Football.
With the team situated less than 10 miles from its National Operations Centre, the partnership is an ideal fit for Apogee – especially as it continues to increase its involvement with local communities.
“Apogee are delighted to announce our new partnership with Lincoln City Women,” says Dom Gryszan, Marketing Director for Apogee Corporation.
“We’re proud to support a progressive local team, and look forward to seeing our relationship develop further in the future. Both of our organisations are committed to making a positive impact on our local communities, and this will be a key focus for us going forward.”
In addition to fundraising for The Royal Marines Charity, TeensUnite, and Rethink Mental Illness; Apogee’s investment in local teams - such as Aylesford FC, the local club to Apogee’s Head Office in Maidstone, Kent – plays an instrumental part in their wider objectives to invest in local communities.
Now, Apogee is actively supporting The Lincoln City Foundation - a pillar of the Lincoln community for the last 26 years. The Foundation provides activities and services that support young children, enrich the lives of individuals in need, and allow communities to connect through a mutual love of football.
“We look forward to inviting our employees to join us for many matches this season,” finishes Dom, “as a show of support for a more inclusive sport.”
Adam Chantrey, head of commercial at the Imps, explained: "We are pleased to join forces with Apogee, who have become a bronze partner.”
"Their experience will be valuable to us and we look forward to working closely with them throughout the season ahead."