Rovers are pleased to team up with ROC Northwest, who will be sleeve sponsor for tonight's Carabao Cup tie against Oldham Athletic.
The organisation offers residential care and support for children and young people with autistic spectrum disorders, learning and physical disabilities, and complex needs associated with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.
The ever-expanding firm now have over a dozen homes based across the North West, including in Ribchester - close to Rovers' Senior Training Centre - and in Oldham, and remain on the lookout for new staff who have an interest in working with young people and want to make a difference.
ROC Northwest's Referrals & Marketing Coordinator, Jack Henderson-Taylor, a season ticket holder at Ewood Park for many years, is delighted to link up with his boyhood club.
"Getting a chance to chat to Tony (Mowbray) and meet all the players and watch them train has been fantastic," he said. "It's a side of the game that you don't normally get to experience.
"We're trying to expand the company into the digital age that we're moving into now, so any chance to partner with anyone as big as Blackburn Rovers, particularly with how big they are in the community and how important the club is to a lot of local people, given that we're right on the doorstep, it was an ideal opportunity for us and one that we didn't want to pass up.
"We're looking forward to the game and the kids will love seeing our name on the famous blue-and-white halves as well."
For more information about ROC Northwest, please click here.