Lidl NI have launched an exciting new initiative, Sport for Good, after worrying statistics revealed more than one in four young people struggle with their mental health.
European gold gymnast Rhys McClenaghan, four-time Paralympic gold swimmer Bethany Firth and MMA gold medallist and Jiu Jitsu champion Leah McCourt joined Lidl NI to help power a new generation of champions as part of its healthy new initiative.
Conor Boyle, Regional Director for Lidl Northern Ireland, said: “Our mission is to encourage young people to make the most of the physical and mental benefits when taking part in sports. ”We’re honoured to be joined by three inspiring athletes to launch this significant initiative today which can help change and shape the lives of the younger generation. We would like to take this opportunity to encourage our customers to get involved and nominate their favourite club online using their Lidl receipt.”
To nominate a youth local youth club in your area, visit the dedicated Community Works page at: lidl-ni.co.uk/en/lidl-community-works.htm before the closing date of Thursday, May 30, 2019.
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