Faversham Strike Force have received funding totalling £4,000 from two organisations.
The club, which formed in 1999 and has grown to have 40 teams, with 600 members playing regularly, is to receive £3,000 from the Royal Warrant Holders’ Association.
And brewer Shepherd Neame has given a further £1,000.
The Royal Warrant Holders’ Association funding will go towards their SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) sessions, with specialist training for coaches so they can learn different approaches and specialist knowledge of helping youngsters with complex needs.
And the funds from the local brewer will pay for a new kit, which will feature Shepherd Neame’s logo.
The donations were secured by Shepherd Neame’s brewhouse operative Mike Juden, who also works with the club’s under-11s.
New players are always welcome at the club. Visit www.favershamstrikeforce.co.uk for more details.