Paul Rowley is today announced as the newest ambassador for the Greater Manchester Mayor’s Charity.
On Sunday 10th September, Salford Red Devils play Warrington Wolves in a mouthwatering spectacle with both teams vying for a place in the playoffs. However, the club are also using the game to spotlight an important social issue – joining with the Greater Manchester Mayor’s Charity in the united fight against homelessness.
Ahead of the game, it is with great pride that Paul Rowley is announced as the charities newest ambassador.
Speaking during his announcement, Paul Rowley said;
“Homelessness has no place in our great city region, and that’s why I’m proud to become an Ambassador for the Greater Manchester Mayor’s Charity.
I’ve been inspired by what the charity has achieved since they launched, delivering incredible fundraising events and championing great initiatives to support people rough sleeping, experiencing homelessness, or worried about losing their home.”
No-one should be without a safe, secure place to call home. Everyone should have that dignity and that comfort.”
I know everyone at the club and our supporters will be ready to get behind this important cause. You can start by signing up to Greater Manchester’s biggest ever sponsored walk, Circle Home.”
Salford Red Devils are champion partners of this great event, and you can find a walk near you wherever you are in Greater Manchester, including right here in Salford.”
Together, we can end homelessness.”
Fran Darlington-Pollock, CEO of Salford Red Devils said;
“We’re so pleased to welcome Rowls as an ambassador for Greater Manchester Mayor’s Charity.
We know he shares in our belief that homelessness has no place here in Greater Manchester and with his advocacy and the support of everyone at Salford Red Devils, change really is possible.”