Team effort raises £15k for our winter appeal
In Yes-I-Canuary Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice are also thanking supporters for Yes-I-Did-December – an incredible team effort with charity partner Tottenham Hotspur and fans of the club.
In total their winter appeal has raised £15,700.
Construction workers for Mace Group, building the club’s new White Hart Lane development, raised funds, which the company then matched, bringing £2,400.
At Spurs’ home game against Burnley on 18 December supporters generously donated more than £3,000, as we made our way through club lounges and bars with Sarum Hall school choir (pictured) singing Christmas carols. The choir was treated to a special view of the match from club sponsor AIA’s box.
American supporters club Boston Spurs auctioned a football signed by the team to help raise funds.
Glyn Hopkin Group donated their ad space at the ground to help the appeal.
And the many supporters who responded to the appeal either by post or online added an amazing £10,000.
Companies and individuals helped out in so many ways, from holding Christmas jumper days and carol singing to office collections – thank you all!
Head of Income Generation and Communications, Alison Goodman said: “A fantastic team effort from new and long-time supporters alike brought a boost to our winter appeal efforts. The funds will make a huge difference to the work we are able to do – helping children and their families make the most of every precious moment they have together.”
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