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Deltatre in aid of stem4 with its 8th Charity Football Tournament

Deltatre is proud to present its 8th Annual Charity Football Tournament, set to take place in London on July 31st. The event is organised in aid of the UK-based organisation stem4, selected by Deltatre as part of the project Charity of the Year for 2018.

Football Charity Tournament

A 5-a-side tournament will be supported by a number of Deltatre’s clients and partners, and teams will turn out from EA Sports, Discovery, ATP Media, European Tour, Sunset+Vine, Premier League, Two Circles, BT Sport, Ryder Cup and PLP, as well as stem4. Several initiatives will take place throughout the evening to support fundraising for our Charity of the Year.

Stem4’s mission is to foster the development of good mental health in teenagers through enhancing early understanding and awareness, promoting shared early detection and signposting towards prompt action and intervention. Collaborative work with young people, their families, and schools will help an individual to enhance their resilience and sense of individual responsibility. Stem4 provides a commitment and hope to combat mental illness and follow through on a mentally healthy path to adulthood.

“stem4 are delighted to have been nominated the Deltatre Charity of the Year”Dr Nihara Krause, stem4’s founder, states – “We are looking forward to the football fundraiser, the funds of which will go towards our expanding digital offers for children and young people as well as their schools and families. Being supported by a local corporate means a huge amount to a small charity such as ours.”

“We are proud to be partnering with stem4 as our 2018 Charity of the Year” – says Stefano Rigat, Deltatre EMEA President – “stem4 does amazing life-changing work for children, young people and their families and we are happy to support a small charity within our local community. Given our work in the technology sector, we are inspired by the great work stem4 does using technology to maximise its reach. We are also happy that our partnership with stem4 has encouraged our staff to talk about mental illness and good mental health, subjects that touch many of us.”

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