Paycare have officially and proudly become an Honorary Patron of the Wolves Foundation for the 2023/24 season, one of the four Pack Patrons revealed by the charity.


It marks an ongoing commitment to the work of the Foundation for the Paycare team! We’ve been linked to The Wolves Foundation for at least 15 years, with a Paycare lounge being created at the Wolverhampton Wanderers ground to enable supporters with disabilities to enjoy match days in a safe and comfortable space.

Paycare’s Partnerships Manager Sally Bromley attended the launch event for the Pack Patrons, having also spent time enjoying a game of bingo with the Foundation’s Elders Club a little earlier in the year.


She said: “It was fantastic to visit the Elders Club to see first-hand one way in which the Foundation positively impacts our local community. Paycare has a long history within Wolverhampton, having been established as the Patients’ Aid Association in the city in 1874, so it’s fantastic to have developed such a strong link with another organisation which prides itself on the good work it carries out here.

“The Foundation is a fantastic charity which has many tangible benefits for not only Wolves supporters, but the wider community in the city – and we’re proud to be part of the Pack for the upcoming season.”


Foundation Business Development Manager Kieron Ansell added: “We’re delighted to have Paycare on board as a Pack Patron. As a club and Foundation, we have a long-standing and special relationship with them, so we are thrilled to see this continue.

“Sally and Anthony have been nothing but supportive in the launching of this new initiative. Their contribution to the overall wellbeing of the city is invaluable and their commitment to positive impact is inspiring.

“Together, I’m certain that we will be able to achieve great things for the communities of Wolverhampton and beyond.”


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