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  • Writer's pictureKai Gill

Heald partners with powerchair football club

Hull & East Yorkshire PFC is proud to announce Heald have become a bronze partner. Heald have donated £1,000 in support of Hull & East Yorkshire Powerchair Football Club latest fundraising campaign to purchase new powerchairs.

The Hornsea-based company is a multi-award-winning business specialised in providing advanced protection against hostile vehicle attacks. Over three successful decades in business has seen Heald becoming the largest manufacturer of quality security equipment in the UK, securing some of the world’s most high-profile locations around the world including the UN Building in New York, the French Quarter in New Orleans and Surfers Paradise in the Gold Coast, Australia.

Kai Gill, Marketing & Communications Officer at the club said: “We’re extremely thankful of the recent donation that Heald has donated. This will help us in achieving our fundraising campaign aim to purchase new powerchairs. This donation just highlights the impeccable support that Debbie and her team at Heald has upon the charitable and local community projects within the area. Heald has continued to grow to be an international and national competitor in the hugely competitive market. We look forward to being able to host Heald at our future match-days and carry their branding on our partners section on our website.

Heald Managing Director, Debbie Heald MBE added: “Having supported Jason Liversidge achieving a Guinness World Record by travelling in the World’s Fastest Wheelchair in 2020, it seemed like the natural progression to support our local Powerchair Football team. We look forward to seeing what they achieve in the upcoming season and wish them all the best.”

Hull & East Yorkshire PFC are continuing to look for support from individuals and businesses in the aim of purchasing much needed new powerchairs that cost in the region of £6,500 - £8,000. For more information please contact, our marketing & communications officer via or visit the Official JustGiving Page for the charity:

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