Pictured Above: Jim McCann, Vice Principal, St Joseph’s PS Slate Street being presented with the new kit by Bernie Adams, representing Connected Health.

Connected Health has been unveiled as the new sponsor of GAA Kits for St Joseph’s Primary School, Slate Street, Belfast.

The St Joseph’s PS Slate Street GAA team are all ready for the new season thanks to a helping hand from local home care company Connected Health. St Joseph’s Primary is close to the heart of Connected Health as Bernie Adams, the wife of the CEO, attended the school many years ago.

The team received over £700 of new kit and Connected Health has also become the new shirt sponsor.

Jim McCann, St Joseph’s Primary said: “Looking like a team is really important for team morale and spirit. Thanks to the generosity of Connected Health, we will be one of the smartest teams to turn out this season in much needed new kits.”

Bernie Adams added “Connected Health is proud to be able to support a local school and encourage sport in the community. Through this sponsorship we fully support the aims of St Joseph’s PS Slate Street in providing positive opportunities for many children; some of whom will develop into very good players and who may one day play for their County.”

Pictured above: Representatives of Connected Health handing over the new GAA Kits to St Joseph’s PS Slate Street.