Bradford City is delighted to introduce Human Relief Foundation as the club’s newest official partner.
In addition to Human Relief Foundation branding set to take centre stage inside the Utilita Energy Stadium, this agreement has also seen the international charity become City’s official website partner.
Specialising in humanitarian aid since forming in 1991, the foundation currently occupies seven permanent relief offices around the world, including its Bradford headquarters.
Mohammed Rahman, head of international programmes at Human Relief Foundation, said: "With HRF's headquarters located in Bradford, we are very keen to expand our charitable activities in the city and support our local community.
"We are really pleased to be an official partner of Bradford City and, with the platform it will give us to promote our work even further, are looking forward to seeing the partnership grow.
"Having been a member of the Bradford City Business Club, we are all well aware of the benefits of being affiliated with this club.
"Bradford City has always supported the essential humanitarian aid and relief work we carry out, and we are very proud to be associated."
City’s director of communications and commercial, Ryan Sparks, said: "We are delighted to be welcoming Human Relief Foundation to the club in an official capacity, as our commercial portfolio continues to develop and expand.
"The work done by Mohammed and the team - not just in the UK, but all over the world - is remarkable, and we are proud to be affiliated with such a great cause.
"Everyone at Bradford City is looking forward to seeing this partnership grow while supporting the great work Human Relief Foundation carries out further."
To find out more about Human Relief Foundation - and make a donation - please CLICK HERE.