ICTFC is delighted to announce that Highland Hospice will become our Official Charity Partner for the 2020-21 SPFL Championship Season. 

The Hospice has been providing palliative care in the Highlands for more than 30 years, and their positive impact has been felt by thousands of local families in Inverness and across the region. 

The club will team up with the Hospice over a number of different projects throughout the forthcoming campaign, designed to help raise funds and increase the profile of Highland Hospice.  

To that end, as well as the club making a donation to Highland Hospice from the sale of every pink away shirt, the Hospice will also become an Official Kit Sponsor as the club is gifting Highland Hospice the sponsorship of the away shorts, which will feature their logo throughout the campaign.

Highland Hospice Corporate Fundraiser Karen Duff said, “We are very much looking forward to working with ICTFC as its charity partner over the coming season and would like to extend our thanks to the club for choosing to work with us. The partnership will bring many exciting opportunities to help our fundraising at a time which is more critical than ever before.”

Scot Gardiner, CEO of ICTFC said, “We are thrilled to partner up with such a worthwhile and respected charity as Highland Hospice.  Like numerous other organisations, they have been seriously hit financially through lockdown and we’re really keen to help them raise funds so they continue to carry out their crucial work that benefits the Highland community.”

“I believe that football clubs are supposed to be much more than just a business, They are social institutions and community assets. We have a moral obligation beyond business.  From our perspective, the partnership fits in perfectly with our TogetherNess campaign, the people of Inverness and the Highlands are at the heart of everything we do.”