New season partners at London Pulse
Ahead of the new season London Pulse have announced 2 new partners.
- MyDieselClaim.com London Pulse NSL Offical Partner for the 2023 season
- Pogust Goodhead to sponsor Pulse’s Pathway Trainer Exchange
London Pulse is delighted to announce a double partnership with MyDieselClaim.com and leading law firm Pogust Goodhead. MyDieselClaim.com, will sponsor the NSL squad for the 2023 season as Official Partner, taking prime back of dress sponsorship. Pogust Goodhead, will partner with the club on our trainer exchange project for the local school community in East London.
Pogust Goodhead, a leading international law firm, founders of MyDieselClaim.Com, will sponsor our London Pulse pathway trainer exchange community project that is spearheaded by London Pulse NSL player Ellie Rattu. The project which kicks off in February will see the club redistribute trainers donated by our pathway players, and those from other franchises to youngsters from local schools in East London and surrounds.
Pogust Goodhead launched MyDieselClaim.com to help millions of drivers after car manufacturers were alleged to have made changes to vehicles to help them pass the emissions tests.
Dangerous pollutants, produced by diesel emissions, are proven to be responsible for significant health problems, including cardiovascular, lung cancer, reduced life expectancy and dementia.
Since launching the campaign, Pogust Goodhead has supported over 1.3 million drivers and has actively campaigned to lobby for change to protect the health of the people in the UK.
Pogust Goodhead understands the importance of creating a better future for the next generation, and are committed to helping make the world a better place one case at time.
Sam Bird, Head Coach and CEO, London Pulse had this to say: “At London Pulse our commitments off the court are just as important as on it. We are delighted to partner with MyDieselClaim.com and Pogust Goodhead to support both our NSL squad and our local community. From grass roots to elite, everyone should be able to play netball without anything holding them back and we are delighted that our organisations are aligned in this mission.”
Rich Hill, Chief Marketing & Technology Officer, at Pogust Goodhead commented: “As a global law firm, we focus our efforts on prioritising cases that help people get the access to justice they deserve.
“While London Pulse is a team with exceptional talent and success already, we understand the impact that having access to resources and impassioned support can have on a community. Pogust Goodhead commits to supplying the necessary resources to help the team reach their full potential.”
He continued “We stand behind the female role models that the team embodies, and we are proud to be a part of the impact the team has on the future of sport.
“Our primary support comes through the legal work and policy change we carry out, but our passion for community led projects to help others reach their full potential will always be at the heart of what we do.”