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Isinglass Become Community Founding Partner

23 October 2015

Isinglass extend their partnership with the U's

Ahead of a star studded Gala Dinner next Thursday, The Oxford United Community Trust has announced a major partnership with Oxfordshire based firm Isinglass Consulting.

Isinglass, whose logo adorned the front of the Oxford United away shirt for the past two seasons have become a ‘Community Founding Partner’ – a deal which enables the wide ranging work of the Community Trust to continue to grow. 

Paul Charles, Director of Isinglass is also a trustee of the United’s Community Trust and is delighted to continue his company’s long association with the club and the local community.

Paul said: “Although our name won’t be on the front of the players’ shirts this season Isinglass is still very much involved as a founding partner of the new OUFC Community Trust.

“We’re delighted to support Oxford United’s aims to deliver one of the most progressive and comprehensive community engagement programmes in the country.

“Isinglass Consulting has agreed a three year deal to sponsor the new Community Trust, specifically the Sports & Participation elements. We believe the new Community Trust will make a real impact throughout Oxfordshire, not only helping to improve the lives of people through the activities of the Community Trust, but also to build growing, positive support for Oxford United.”

Oxford United Chief Executive Officer and Chair of Trustees, Mark Ashton said:

“I’d like to thank Isinglass Consulting for their fantastic and continued support.  This Founding Partnership enables the Community Trust to continue to grow and develop its valuable work across Oxfordshire.  We have a huge responsibility to our local community and ambitious plans across key areas of focus, including core coaching programmes, education, social inclusion and health, right across the county.

“Isinglass’s help and backing will be invaluable and we thank them for their commitment and continued support"



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