Dronfield-based IFA Belmayne has provided financial backing to two sporting clubs in a show of support for grassroots sport.
The Derbyshire-based Chartered financial planners have sponsored the mini and junior (pictured) teams at Wortley rugby club and taken out advertising at Stocksbridge Park Steels football club - a premier division one club.
Belmayne partner Ben Smalley said: "We really admired the culture of inclusivity and camaraderie that is fostered by the club. Each child knows they are not just playing rugby for themselves, but that they are an important part of a team. This is a valuable life lesson that will stand them in great stead for the rest of their lives."
Wortley Rugby Club chairman Den Plaistow added: "The generosity of local businesses is essential to our survival and we are very grateful to Belmayne for showing its support for the work we do. Commercial sponsorship enables us to give the boys a professional kit that adds to their sense of identity and helps unite the team, reinforcing the life lessons we instil through the medium of sport."
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