Marshels is supporting the team on the pitch, and helping the club promote the work and requirements of the town’s food bank.
Marshels also supports Farnham Cricket Club, the Farnham Carnival and has worked with the Lions to install defibrillators in refurbished telephone boxes in Castle Street and Rowledge.
Marshels director Jamie Elstow said: “I want to ensure community clubs like Farnham Town survive and thrive. This is a club which does a lot of good work through youth football and walking football.
“It needs the support of local businesses and we are delighted to be able to help.”
Established for more than 35 years, Marshels delivers decorating and refurbishment services to commercial and domestic customers.
The firm employs its own workforce and also offers apprenticeships.
Jamie said: “We’re proud we’re able to apply the same level of professionalism and service to every client, whatever the size of the job.”
Jamie and his fellow director Gary Pickering are hoping to see more of the Town next season.
“Town have made a lot of progress on and off the pitch in the past couple of seasons,” added Jamie.
“We’re looking forward to cheering on the team as they chase promotion.”