ClassPhoto by Ian Horrocks/Sunderland AFC via Getty Images The brilliant charity drive started by fan Peter Richardson in aid of #SunderlandTogether has captured the imagination of fellow supporters, and got the backing of both the club and Foundation. Just over a week ago author, teacher, and Sunderland fan, Peter Richardson, had a great...
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The Tranmere Rovers one runs until the 19th. It is on over £3,000 already and only started earlier today. Between us we can show what real football supporters are about.That’s an especially good idea as, iirc, the campaign will still be going for a few days after the game. Gives a wider audience the chance to donate and I’m sure the commentators would mention it.
Well we a starting 7am might mak a fake train too sit inDo you know what, it’s been a shite year and I’m sick as a chip of seeing us lose there.
I’m thinking sod it, make a day of it, decorate the balcony with flags etc, get the top on and get the cans out.
Life’s too short, let’s make the most of it, have a laugh and get bladdered.
Haway the cans
I see what you did there. Community Trust. It runs schemes that help with alzheimers sufferers, disabled people and mental health organisations and helping anybody who needs things that they can't get from the government, like a nice lucrative PPE contract for a friend. Runs the foodbank and lonely persons part of it all as well. The fanzone tent usually helps with money thanks to our enormous need for alcohol in normal times.Great stuff from both clubs...hope you lot aren't donating the proceeds to fix a dodgy transformer or buy iconic away kits
Modest target. We have only started out with a 10k one but its already close to halfway on the first day. Anything around 100k would be great. Maybe we can guilt trip all the plastic scousers into buying one.I am being greedy here, if we were in a final, 40,000 tickets at £10, thats £400,000, we should smash this on our own (fingers crossed) Well done to everyone