Everton FC charity moves into corporate wellbeing – Liverpool Business News



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Everton FC charity moves into corporate wellbeing
In a new partnership, Everton in the Community will team up with Contact Sport to offer wellness resources to businesses across Liverpool city region. Tony McDonough reports
 
Everton FC’s charitable arm has struck a deal with a new networking business in Liverpool to offer ‘corporate wellbeing’ services to businesses.
In a deal with Contact Sport, Everton in the Community (EITC), will provide a range of health and wellbeing resources to firms across the city region. Contact Sport provides ‘feel good networking’ as well as corporate sports opportunities.
Contact Sport is officially launching next month in Liverpool. A series of events is planned to help people build their business networks. With the help of EITC, the venture will promote health, wellbeing sport and exercise to the business community.
Rosie Kenyon, managing director of marketing agency Kenyons and co-founder of Contact Sport, said: “We’re absolutely delighted that EitC have come on board as a partner.
“We want to be able to offer a range of services promoting corporate health and wellbeing, alongside our business networking programme. Everton in the Community’s outstanding programmes will be a real resource for organisations to tap into.
“There’s something for everyone, with events ranging from indoor socials with pool and table tennis to city walks or treks in the hills, from paddleboarding to go-karting, yoga to tennis. The events are designed to give businesspeople a way to look after themselves as well as their business interests,”
Everton’s Michael Salla, director of health and sport, added: “Linking with Contact Sport will help us work with the city region’s business community and show organisations large and small how we can support them.
“We’ll be pleased to provide a range of services including mental health awareness training, bespoke teambuilding workshops and motivational talks from speakers with a range of backgrounds.”
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