Goadsby has signed up as an official partner of AFC Bournemouth’s charitable Community Sports Trust for a fifth consecutive year.
The independent estate agency, which recently celebrated its 60th anniversary, sponsors the highly popular schools’ project Citizenship & Respect, which uses young people’s love of football to encourage good behaviour at school, at home, in sport and within the community.
AFC Bournemouth player Steve Cook is the player ambassador for the Citizenship & Respect project.
During the workshops he and the Community Sports Trust team encourage children to discuss and share ideas about the importance of respect.
The youngsters also receive booklets provided by Goadsby, which include fun activities and examples of how they can show respect within football.
Paul Stewart, managing director of Goadsby (Commercial), said: “We are delighted to continue our sponsorship of the club’s Citizenship & Respect campaign.
“It is very rewarding for us as a company to be involved with a project which has such a positive impact on young people’s lives.”
AFC Bournemouth partnerships manager, Amy Brunton, said: “Goadsby has established itself as a loyal club partner and we greatly value its continued support.”