Laithwaite Independent Financial Advisers

Woking FC Christmas Project

5:05pm, Fri 4th Dec 2009
There has been a heartening response to the Woking FC Christmas appeal. At the Dorchester game fans generously gave £550 and, with added contributions from players, staff, directors and the Matrix Trust, a local charity, we will have at least £1000. In addition, there is a growing pile of cans, packets and foodstuffs to go into ten Christmas hampers for local people.

The money will be used to buy portable DVD players for 2 children’s wards and the Chase Hospice – which they have specifically requested. The players will also be delivering toys and gifts to the children on 17th December.

We are still hoping for several hundred pounds more! Everything given will be used – there are no overheads! Here’s how you can help:

A charity box will be in the bar at the Fans' Forum and Forest Green Rovers Game
A charity box will be in the Club Shop at games and during opening hours up to 17th December
Non-perishable food can also be left at the Club Shop up to 17th December.
Any new, but unwanted, toys can be left at the Club Shop.

If you know any elderly people in the Westfield / Kingfield area who would really value a food box at Christmas, please email Jane Spong on community@wokingfc.co.uk

Many thanks for your contribution – it will be well used.

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