MJ Quinn is one of the companies that sponsor “Football for Change”, an organization created to support young people in the UK’s most disadvantaged communities. The initiative was launched recently, having as "godparents" Trent Alexander-Arnold, player of Liverpool Football Club and Jamie Carragher, star of the club, and Connor Coady, captain of Wolverhampton.
“Football for Change” will financially support projects to change the lives of needy young people in the education, employment and sports sectors.
This connection between MJ Quinn and solidarity projects is nothing new, as the company belonging to the Grupo Visabeira, based in the United Kingdom, has long supported the most vulnerable communities, working directly with institutions within the social area.
“We are delighted to be a part of Football for Change and we are committed to providing tools for success to young people who have grown up facing different social and economic obstacles. We would like these young people to be inspired by our successful business model, to achieve their best goals in life”, says Alan O'Prey, CEO of MJ Quinn.