AIM Altitude is sponsoring AFC Bournemouth’s expanding Premier League Kicks programme for the third year running.
Last season more than 1,550 young people took part in the Premier League Kicks scheme in Christchurch, which encourages them to get involved in playing sports in the evenings and sees them benefit from a healthier lifestyle and improved well-being. Most importantly, it offers them a safe environment in which to enjoy themselves.
The self-funding, non-profit, Community Sports Trust runs the hugely successful Premier League-backed scheme locally and popular Cherries defender Adam Smith is the club’s ambassador for the Christchurch region.
Amy Marks, the club’s Partnerships Manager, said: “Our Premier League Kicks project in Christchurch has doubled in size over the past year and our partnership with businesses such as AIM Altitude enables us to reach out to so many more youngsters. It is brilliant having them on board again.”
Colin Thornton, group design and engineering director of AIM Altitude, said: “I have been to see the Premier League Kicks sessions myself and witnessed the great benefits that so many young people get from this excellent activity. We had no hesitation is signing up again.”