Over £590 raised at Festival
Club partners Kirklees College and Total Foodservice will be donating all the funds made from cake sales at the Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival to the newly launched Huddersfield Town Foundation.
Huddersfield Town’s official education and training partner, Kirklees College teamed up with fellow Club supporters Total Foodservice to run a stall at one of the region’s favourite events.
Total Foodservice has donated cupcakes and other baked delights to the college’s stall, as part of a new partnership between the college and the company which is set to benefit catering students of the future. All money raised from sales of the tasty treats are being donated to the Club’s new foundation which launched just a few weeks ago, click HERE
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Within the first few days of the food festival the pair raised over £590 for the Foundation through sales of their products.
Huddersfield Town Commercial Director, Sean Jarvis commented:
“We are very proud that we have been able to bring together two of our partners who have gone onto form a successful relationship and raise a fantastic amount of money for the Foundation.
“They have set the standard and I would urge any businesses or fans who have been inspired by what we have set out do to get in touch with me by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org”
Kirklees College and Total Foodservice formed their official new relationship thanks to the Huddersfield Town Enterprise Academy and the club’s efforts to connect local businesses to benefit the local business community.
Visit www.htafcfoundation.com for more information regarding Huddersfield Town’s recently launched registered charity!