#ATFVfundraising 2019/20

We’ve set a £2,000 target for #ATFVfundraising over the 2019/20 season and you can follow the progress of our fundraising schemes and keep track of our collaborative donations with local businesses below…

 

ATFV Community Chest logoRandom and ad hoc fundraising undertaken by ATFV will be added to our Community Chest Initiative crowdfunding page. We’ve set a minimum target of £500 and the plan is to use whatever money is collected to buy sports kit and equipment for local schools and/or purchase medical equipment and toys for the Children’s Wards at Morriston Hospital. You can make a donation to this cause by clicking HERE.                                                             

Current total: £64.00

 

It’s been a while since we raised money for Maggie’s Cancer Care Centre in Swansea and so we are putting that right with our Far Vetched 4 Maggie’s collection. With a £500 target over the season we are just under halfway there already after running a successful Huey Lewis Night in the Old Inn, Penllergaer. We’ll be staging more events to help us meet – and hopefully exceed – the target throughout the season. You can add to the collection by clicking HERE.

Current total: £200.00

 

The ATFV Editor always likes to back a Swans manager with his own cold, hard cash and so this season he’s pledging a pound for every Championship goal and point secured by Steve Cooper. Better yet, this pledge is being matched all the way by fellow Swans fan Aaron O’shea. The money raised through our Swans Strikes 4 Samaritans will be donated to the Swansea branch of the organisation dedicated to helping those with mental health issues and/or suicidal thoughts. You can make a contributuion to this worthwhile cause on our Virgin Giving page HERE.

Current total: £70 (including Gift Aid)

We teamed up with MyMedicine to provide a sports equipment donation to Rhos Primary School. The purchase of 24 bibs (12 red, 12 green), 15 size 4 footballs, a ball carrying sack and two sets of marker cones cost over £300 but it is money very well spent. The donated equipment means the children can practice ball skills in pairs now and play small sided games against other schools in Urdd competitions.

Total: £326.49

 

Running 2019/20 Total: £660.49