Sheffield United Community Foundation collaborate with Document Network Services

By November 13, 2020News

Document Network Services (DNS) are a proud partner of Sheffield United Women for the 2020/21 season – you may have already spotted their logo on the SUFC Women’s first team shirts!

On partnering with the women’s team, DNS are very keen to work alongside the Sheffield United FC Community Foundation as they feel that their values align, and DNS would also love to promote the rewarding work that SUFC Community Foundation does.

DNS are an independent supplier of managed services, specialising in managed print services, IT support, telephony and communications. They hold the designation as the clubs official managed services partner.

In order to be more conscious when it comes to our environmental impact DNS have also recently added an eco-friendly arm to their business, TDC. These machines are solely manufactured with our planet in mind and form part of The Circular Economy – even their toner cartridges are recycled and remanufactured.

Martin Lenton, DNS Corporate’s Director, said: “We have been very impressed with the hard work the foundation does in the community and are delighted to be supporting Chris and the team. We, like everyone at Sheffield United, believe that sport as part of our children’s education to ensure physical and mental wellbeing is paramount. We are happy to be assisting with the practicality of this provision to our local schools, particularly during these challenging times, when business supporting the local community where it can, has never been so important.”

Chris Bailey, Head of Foundation, added: “We are excited to work with established club partner DNS. The opportunity to collaborate and support our local schools is something we are very passionate about, and DNS share the same vision around the positive impact we can create by working together.”

Keep an eye out on SUFC Community Foundation’s social channels @CommunitySUFC for some exciting projects and giveaways.

In the meantime, find out more here: dnslimited.co.uk and tdclimited.co.uk.

 

 

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