The Imps have welcomed Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LPFT) on board as silver partners of the club.
LPFT provides a full range of mental health services, as well as support for people with learning disabilities and autistic people. The team operates across around 40 sites in Lincolnshire and offers services such as talking therapy, crisis resolution and mental health rehabilitation.
Kay Gilman, head of resourcing, recruitment and workforce development at LPFT, said: “We're so pleased and proud to be part of Lincoln City football family.
“As fans of our local club, Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust recognise the importance of sport, healthy living and good mental health in Lincolnshire.
“We welcome any opportunity to work with the fans to help promote our work and to promote ourselves as a local employer - search LPFT careers to find out more.”
Adam Chantrey, City’s head of commercial, added: “The Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust play such an important part in helping those in the area, and we’re delighted to be working with them this season.”
Click HERE for LPFT Careers and volunteering opportunities.