Highland Hospice is delighted to continue its relationship with ICTFC by becoming the Official Charity Partner for the Club’s 2021-22 SPFL Championship season.
The Club will team up with the charity to deliver a number of different fundraising projects throughout the campaign. A donation will continue to go to the Hospice from the sale of every pink Away shirt and the Hospice will remain Official Kit Sponsor as the Club is gifting the charity sponsorship of the shorts from their third kit for 2021/22, which will feature their logo throughout the campaign.
Highland Hospice’s Corporate Fundraiser Karen Duff said, “Highland Hospice is delighted to be chosen as ICTFC’s official charity partner again for this season. Last year’s partnership was fantastic but the scope of what we could do was obviously limited due to Covid restrictions, so we are extremely grateful to be given this opportunity again.”
“It was amazing to have been named as charity partner of the forthcoming Andrea Bocelli concert at the Stadium, and we have talked John Robertson into recruiting a team to participate in our abseil in September. There will be so much more that we can do together this year, and it’s really exciting to think of all the opportunities ahead.”
Scot Gardiner, CEO of ICTFC added, “Highland Hospice’s fundraising has been seriously restricted due to the effects of Covid, with all of their events having been put on hold for the past year, so we are delighted to be able to offer support in this way.”
“ICTFC is not just a business, it is a social institution and a community asset – the people of Inverness and the Highlands are at the heart of everything we do, and so the Hospice is the perfect charity for us to support. We greatly look forward to continuing our relationship with Highland Hospice over the forthcoming season.”