Dom’s Food Mission becomes West Ham women’s first charity partner

West Ham United women’s team has announced a deal that will see Hastings based Dom’s Food Mission become the side’s first charity partner.

Founded by lifelong West Ham fan Dominic Warren in 2015, Dom’s Food Mission works to help feed the less fortunate and aims to make an impact in reducing food waste.

downloadHaving already committed to tackling significant poverty issues in east London and west Essex with The Players’ Project, the partnership with Dom’s Food Mission will see the West Ham United women’s team commit time and resources to battling the concerns by working alongside the charity.

Managing director Jack Sullivan is delighted to welcome Dom’s Food Mission to the West Ham family and is looking forward to working with the charity.

“I’m happy to bring Dom’s Food Mission on board as West Ham United women’s first charity partner,” Sullivan said.

“The work that Dom and the entire team do is incredible, and we are ready to support them in any way we can.

“We hope that, by linking with the club, Dom’s Food Mission will continue to grow and that awareness enables them to help people struggling and in poverty. I am looking forward to working with Dom and his team to help change people’s lives for the better.”

Having signed with the West Ham women’s team, Dom is excited at the prospect of being the side’s first charity partner and believes Dom’s Food Mission can achieve a lot with the club’s backing.

He said: “I’m thrilled to link up with the West Ham United women’s team and I truly believe this relationship will be one that will see further assistance given to tose in poverty and in need of help.

“I’m excited by the prospect of what Dom’s Food Mission and West Ham women can achieve together and I look forward to working closely with Jack and the team.”

With Christmas just around the corner, Dom’s Food Mission will be working to provide meals in Hastings and Rother for those in need.

Former West Ham striker Marlon Harewood also serves as an ambassador for the charity, which feeds over 4,000 people a month with donated food, which also saves on thousands of tonnes of food wastage a year.

For further information on Dom’s Food Mission, include how to donate and how to volunteer, visit domsfoodmission.com or follow the charity on social media:

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