Bristol Rovers Community Trust have launched a brand-new donation page on their website.
The charitable arm of Bristol Rovers relies on funding and donations to continue working closely with the local community and to keep engaging and inspiring over 3,800 people in Bristol every week. The work that The Trust has done in the community over the last 12 months was recognised earlier this year in April when they were winners of the ‘Bristol Life Charity of the Year Award’ and the positive impact that has been made could not be done without the generous donations that they receive.
Matt Bennett, Manager of the Community Trust, said “Our new donation page on the website now gives us more opportunities to promote and generate more funding to continue the exciting and life changing projects that we deliver. Any donation, whether it’s big or small, will help us make a difference and help more people in Bristol.”
The Trust also received a kind donation of £400 from supporter, Matt Stump at Saturday’s match against Walsall. Every year Matt organises a strongest man & woman event in Gloucestershire to raise funds for a selected charity and after being inspired by the half time parade, celebrating the Community Trust at the Northampton game last season, we were delighted to hear that the Trust were the chosen charity for 2018.
Matt managed to raise around £400 which he presented to Adam Tutton, CEO of the Community Trust, pitch side at half time on Saturday. The money raised will go towards such programmes like disability sports, over 60's groups, mental health support and many more. This is a wonderfully generous effort and the donation from Matt and the Community Trust would like to extend a huge thank you to him for his efforts.
If anyone else would like to donate to Bristol Rovers Community Trust you can do this online at www.bristolroverscommunity.org.uk/donate or if you wish to raise money via an event you can contact them at email@example.com and they will be keen to support your efforts.