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Corporate partnerships with All Stars Youth Club
At All Stars we depend on the enthusiasm, commitment and support of local and national companies to help us continue our work within the community. We would really like you to join us and make a big difference to the lives of the youth in the community.
We can work together to create solutions that work for you; from choosing us as your charity of the year, to event sponsorship and getting your staff involved with fundraising or volunteering. We actively seek opportunities to work with like-minded companies and organisations who understand the importance of what we do.
Recognising All Stars positive social impact & unwavering commitment and dedication in providing a positive place for the youth within Westminster for the past 40 years, Tesco community champion, Rebecca Selvakumar wasted no time in spearheading a comprehensive program of support and fundraising for All Stars.
The work carried out at the gym included renovating the downstairs gym and changing rooms.In addition, painting the staircases and floors. Tesco colleagues from across stores in Westminster were involved in the project and attended a celebration event at the end of the project, which was also attended by Karen Buck, MP for Westminster. Tesco Plc
SEE, a privately owned plc, and its staff are proud to do their part in helping charities and the wider community and having recognised the positive impact All Stars has on the local community and Westminster as a whole, the company supported us by carrying out major internal cleaning and redecoration of All Stars main hall, at their own expense. www.southeastern.co.uk
Yoga-Mad have been supplying yoga mats since the early 1980’s and were one of the first suppliers of yoga mats in the UK.
Having learned of the good works being done in the community by All Stars and our intention to offer yoga classes Yoga-Mad generously donated 22 high quality yoga mats. www.yogamad.com
Ways your company can get involved: