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Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2016 9:08 pm
by mark
The pledges scheme is going from strength to strength, and we have now raised £1021 for youth development.

The under 21s got a fine win at Workington in midweek, and Louis Myers made his first team debut last week - two early signs of the benefits of our expanded youth development programme. Remember that £3000 is just a target: if we raise more, we'll give more.

So if you want to join this successful scheme and help us push on towards £2000, now's a great time. Stop by the Trust table outside the Social Club at the Stockport match this Saturday, tweet your pledge to @cfcst, email info@cfcst.org or just reply to this thread. Don't forget you can win a season ticket for next season too - one pledger will be drawn at the end of the season.

You can read chapter and verse on the Bradford game pledges here

Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

PostPosted: Sun Oct 30, 2016 11:15 pm
by mark
Pledges are now up to date as at the Alfreton match. Our recent run of two points from nine has hit income a little, but we're still all set to donate another £500 for youth development on Saturday. A few more pledgers would make all the difference as we strive to reach our target of £3000 for the season. If you want to get involved just reply to this thread. You could even win a season ticket for 2017/18.

Read full details and see the spreadsheet listing everyone's pledges here.

Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

PostPosted: Mon Nov 07, 2016 11:01 pm
by mark
Here's the update from the Nuneaton match

Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

PostPosted: Tue Dec 13, 2016 11:09 pm
by mark
The pledges have brought in £1500 now meaning we are half way to our target for the season of £3000. Read all about it here.

It's brilliant that we have managed to raise so much before Christmas, exceeding what was raised in the whole of last season. Having said that we are not that likely to make our target of £3000 barring an amazing run of form. We have lost quite a few pledges in recent months as they related to progress in the FA Trophy and FA Cup, which of course are now over for another season.

So I'd like to appeal for anyone who has been meaning to pledge but has not got round to it yet to get involved. Just three or four more people pledging £1 per goal would make the difference. Remember you could win a season ticket for next year as well.

Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

PostPosted: Thu Dec 29, 2016 9:45 pm
by mark
We're now up to £1650 following the great victory over Fylde. You can read more here

Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2017 11:32 pm
by mark

Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2017 12:18 am
by mark
Thanks to our fans' pledging their support, Chorley Supporters Trust has now raised over two thousand pounds for youth development at Chorley. Read all about it here on cfcst.org

Re: Supporting the club 2016/17

PostPosted: Sun Apr 02, 2017 12:27 pm
by john joe
This year The Supporter's Trust set a target to raise £3,000 for the club to support the Youth development teams, yesterday after our 4 nil victory over Gainsborough Trinity meant it was the best week of the season for pledges raising £135.50 which take the total raised so far to £ 2,396

Yesterday at half time The Supporter's Trust handed over to Dave Chadwick the fourth £ 500 payment, so total given to date for the season now £ 2,000

So with five more league games to go and fingers crossed extra games if we can make the play offs, we are hoping we can achieve the £ 3,000 target we set, which would be a great achievement and we would like to thank all the fans that have made pledges to support this initiative.

If any fan wants to join the pledges scheme for the last few games, please state your pledge on here or at the Trust Table on match days. Popular pledges are £1 goal, £2 clean sheet, £3 win game, or you can make you own for example score three goals in a game and pledge ?

The success of the pledges is combined by the fans pledging and of course the team getting results, hence the success achieved this season.