Club Doncaster Foundation have agreed a partnership with Powercore to be the associate partner of the Foundation, supporting all charitable activities.
As part of this exciting partnership, Powercore will be supporting the Foundation's impactful work that last year saw the registered community organisation amass over 164 thousand participant engagements, across the borough.
Powercore is a brand derived sports performance and postural correction wristband featuring patented Biofeedbac technology based on proprioception. The technology is the result of a lifetime of biomechanical research by Professor Malcolm Pope, who won an award for outstanding achievements from the Society of Biomechanics.
John Davis, Club Doncaster Foundation, said: “Powercore are an organisation with an exciting new product. As an organisation, they are really keen to give back and support our community work and we’re immensely proud that we’re able to support them in this vision.
"We are delighted to be launching this partnership at our annual Doncaster Rovers F.C Open day, where supporters, friends and families have been invited into the stadium to view a first team training session and also take part in a range of activities.
"The open day was held on Friday 26 July, with activity stations taking place throughout.”
Steve Simmonds, Powercore UK, commented “The collaboration with Club Doncaster Foundation is an exciting opportunity for us to be involved with. We are keen to develop a long term relationship with such an outstanding sporting and education facility.”
As part of this partnership, a proportion of sales from each Powercore wristband sold will go to support the work of Club Doncaster Foundation.
Supporters can find out more information and purchase their wristband at www.powercoresport.co.uk