In The Community

BOSP – Brighter Opportunities through Supported Play

Savings Guru FCSavings Guru are delighted to announce a new sponsorship and community partnership for 2018-19.

Billericay Town FC striker, Jake Robinson, will be sponsored by the firm for the 2018-19 season. Savings Guru will donate £10 to Billericay based charity BOSP for every goal the forward scores in all competitions for the club.

Robinson joined Billericay for a (then) club record fee in 2017 with the former Brighton striker scoring a phenomenal 57 goals last season including the goal of the season from inside his own half away at Dulwich Hamlet. 

‘I’m delighted to be sponsored by the Savings Guru. I hope it’s a memorable season for Billericay Town and that I can bang a few more goals in and raise plenty of money for BOSP’ said Robinson. 

Chairman of the Trustees for BOSP, Joe Lane, said ‘We are delighted that the Savings Guru will donate £10 for every goal that Jake scores - and what a start with 4 in the back of the net in his first game of the season!’

‘This really is the local community working with local charities via our local football club’.

‘BOSP look after over 600 children and young people with very serious disabilities all over Essex and rely 100% on donations’. 

James Blower, Founder of Savings Guru, said ‘we are proud to support Jake, who is the best striker in the National League South in my opinion. BOSP do superb work in Essex and we are delighted to partner with them to support them alongside our sponsorship. We hope Jake and Billericay have memorable seasons and hope to be handing over a large sum to them at the end of the season!’

Pictured: Jake Robinson (left) and James Blower

Further information: 

Jake Robinson
https://www.billericaytownfc.co.uk/jake-robinson/

BOSP
http://www.bosp.co.uk/

 


 

Savings Guru FC

Savings Guru FCSavings Guru FC is a team of industry professionals who predominantly work in the savings market within banking.  We play a regular friendly match with the Financial Scribblers FC, a team of personal financial journalists from the national media.

Our inaugural game against The Scribblers was played at Norwich City’s Carrow Road Stadium in May 2015.  In a close match, The Scribblers ran out 3-2 winners.

This year, we played at Southend United’s Root’s Hall Stadium and, in another close game, ran out 4-1 winners against The Scribblers with our Founder, James Blower, winning and converting a 90th minute penalty to seal victory.  James is pictured with the match officials and Scribblers captain, Simon Read.

Plans are already underway for the 2018 fixture!

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Billericay Town FC

Billericay Town FC

We are proud to be a sponsor of Billericay Town FC, who play their football in the Ryman Premier League. Since the takeover of the club by Glenn Tamplin in December 2016, the team and club have been transformed and the 2017/18 season promises to be one of the most exciting in the history of the club with the team being favourites for promotion and their New Lodge ground being redeveloped.

We are delighted to be able to support Glenn and Chairman Dan Groves.

 


 

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