Global agribusiness supports innovative scheme
Huddersfield Town is delighted to announce that global agribusiness Syngenta is to team up with the Club to support the HTAFC Schools Partnership in 2015!
Syngenta, which has an award-winning manufacturing centre on Leeds Road in Huddersfield, is one of the world’s leading companies with more than 28,000 employees in 90 countries. Syngenta manufactures products which help farmers all over the world grow higher yields from their crops, providing greater availability of quality food and lower costs for consumers.
As part of their support for the Schools Partnership, Syngenta will be working with Huddersfield Town on an exciting educational project involving the Club’s primary school partners - keep an eye out for more information on htafc.com soon!
Carl Sykes, Community Partnerships Manager at Syngenta, is pictured with Town’s Club Ambassador Andy Booth and commented:
“Off the pitch, Huddersfield Town is very active in our local community and has an engaging schools program. Syngenta is a world leader in seeds and crop protection and through this new partnership, we aim to give local schools the opportunity to share with children the importance of sowing and growing plants, leading to good health and nutrition.”
Andy Booth added:
“We are delighted that Syngenta has come on board to support our Schools Partnership; we look forward to working with them in schools to bring plant potential to life!”
The HTAFC Schools Partnership in association with Syngenta is totally FREE for schools to join. Schools receive access to projects such as the one mentioned above as well as player appearances throughout the season, an official partnership plaque, access to discounted match tickets and cashback, Club Ambassador assemblies and prizes for rewards and fundraising.