In the Press: KSC

Earlier this year we signed an agreement with Kensington Soccer Club to aid the organization's expansion program and help them continue to support children in their area.  

This sponsorship has been picked up by Tioga Publishing and Clearfield Progress who have both released a feature on this partnership.  

Kensington Soccer Club was established in 2021 and believes in “community advancement through soccer”. Based in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia, KSC is working to ensure youth soccer and community opportunities are accessible to young people in their area.  

This organization felt like a natural fit for Techbuyer. Our CEO, Kevin Towers, visited the KSC earlier this year and was impressed by the power of positivity displayed, as well as the passion for both the club and the neighborhood.  

Kevin Towers commented:  

“From my first visit to KSC, I could immediately tell that the club is doing really important work in the community, and all through the hard work and dedication of an inspiring bunch of individuals. The club truly puts into action the power of positivity, and the impact that this has on the local community is enormous. I’m delighted to kick-off Techbuyer’s sponsorship of KSC and help spread the message about the power of positivity!” 

Key Points:  

  • Techbuyer’s sponsorship with Kensington Soccer Club supports our core beliefs in helping local and wider communities. Techbuyer is located in West Deptford, NJ, and so this sponsorship allows for a local relationship between both parties.  
  • KSC Executive Director, Jim Hardy comments: “This sponsorship comes at the perfect time for us and fills a crucial gap. We're reaching more children than ever with our after-school programs, but it's hard for some of those children to make it to our Saturday locations where they can build stronger connections and stay involved when their after-school program finishes. Techbuyer's sponsorship will help us expand our Saturday programs, so we have one in walking distance of every child in the neighborhood so none of them are left out." 

Read the full article on either the Tioga Publishing or Clearfield Progress website.