Another £34 ready for delivery to team Covo
Ground Improvementsways and Means
Posted 25 August 2014 - 05:21 PM
As the season is drawing to a close, very sadly, we need to remain focused on Fund Raising during the close season. The collection of Foreign coins and notes and old English money will continue.
Jars are already available at the following locations Leeds City College Technology Campus opposite the Merrion Centre, White Rose Optical Wakefield City Centre and the Last Orders Featherstone. There is also the opportunity at South Elmsall at South Elmsall Travel.
There is a jar hopefully being placed at Crofton High School.
To help maximise this brilliant idea and opportunity I have several large sweet jars available. Outlets are required. If you could take responsibility to look after a jar please contact me so arrangements can be made to let you have one. The more jars are out there the greater is the opportunity to raise funds from the public who do not attend matches.
Lets show the hard working volunteers that we really care about Featherstone Rovers.
Posted 08 September 2014 - 07:15 PM
Well what a weekend game it was. A big very well done to the lads for the effort that has gone in.
I have counted the contents of the jars and is ready to give to Team Covo.
An amazing £189 will be handed over as soon as possible.
I shall be in my usual place at about 2:30 ish to collect foreign coins and to receive jars have a natter or make a donation. Thanks again for your generosity.
Posted 09 September 2014 - 09:15 AM
I pledged £10 on Facebook to the stand fund when I did my ice bucket challenge, but I'm not sure who to give it to. Is it ok to give it to you on sunday at the game and will you ensure it goes into the fund.
Thank you, Darren
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Posted 24 September 2014 - 07:08 AM
Well folks all the jars are now counted and an amazing £166 is to be handed over for ground improvements. £189 has also been handed over to help with the project work. This year a total of £754 will have been handed over. This an amazing amount.
There will be an amnesty on jars this weekend end so bring your jars back and drop off in the club shop whether it is inside or outside. I will not be collecting jars this week end end at the match as i have been asked to carry out other duties.
The scheme will be run again next season so start savingyour loose change.
Thanks for your support this year as usual its brilliant.
Posted 24 September 2014 - 02:16 PM
I have been reliably informed that the monies handed over was £136 and not £166 as previously posted. apologies for the error
Posted 28 September 2014 - 11:50 AM
Good luck to all the team this afternoon.
As it is the last home match of the season please return your jars, even if only part full and drop off at the outside club shop. The scheme will continue next season so put your loose change to one side.
For those wanting to make a donation a large sweet jar will be on the stand for any contribution of English or foreign coins.
Thanks again for all your amazing support, it is greatly appreciated.
Posted 29 September 2014 - 08:31 AM
Many thanks to those who dropped off jars and foreign coins yesterday. I will keep you informed when the cotents are counted.
thanks again for your amazing support
Posted 30 September 2014 - 02:34 PM
The jars are counted and bagged up.£35 has been handed over. At this stage there are always part bags that require to be filled ready for banking. This amounts to a further £37 23 in various denominations. This will roll over for banking when jars are returned.
Thanks again for your help and support
Posted 27 November 2014 - 03:51 PM
Thanks for the jars yesterday much appreciated. If any one has a jar out you may bring it back at any time. Tomorrow you can take advantage of the Black Friday so why not kill two birds with one stone ( Apologies to the RSPB)
Posted 18 December 2014 - 06:24 PM
Great to see monies still coming in - should have another jar for you in the New Year.
Do you know how things are progressing with the ground?
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