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A busy October half term with activities for for children and families. Full list can be found… https://t.co/K32FSkYJSC

We have a FREE taster session of our Get Set to Go mental health programme this, 1-3pm at the Beacon of Light. Come… https://t.co/OW5X0TQwLQ

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RT @BlcSafc: Lots of Hard work, but fantastic work by our supporter branches coming together to raise funds for a matchday mental health dr…

RT @BoldonBranch: This started off as a small idea from a group of fans who were at a loss how to help fellow fans going through a tough ti…

We have a FREE taster session of our Get Set to Go mental health programme this Sunday, 1-3pm at the Beacon of Ligh… https://t.co/NdOZZLD05y

With half-term only two weeks away, come along and join us for a week of spooky activities and courses that will ha… https://t.co/Sj7vnoQTad

MENTAL HEALTH: At the next #SAFC home game we will be the 1st football club to host a Matchday #MentalHealth Hub th… https://t.co/gEUSfOVpTh

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Yesterday we launched the first Fans' Mental Health pledge. Please take 2 minutes to sign up and show those struggl… https://t.co/AFSykeBcsc

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Fans donate Wembley tickets and travel to Foundation

The Red and White Army, the independent supporters’ group of Sunderland AFC, and SAFC Fanzine A Love Supreme have joined forces to donate five tickets and travel for this weekend’s League One Play-Off Final, to Foundation of Light.

The Foundation, which works to improve the lives of tens of thousands of young people and families across the region every year, will distribute the tickets to individuals who may not otherwise have been able to attend the game, through the charity’s “Neighbourhood Alliance” project.

Andrew Hird, Chair of the Red and White Army said “We are so proud to be able to offer this opportunity to watch the Black Cats’ at Wembley this weekend. The Checkatrade Final was an incredible experience and I am glad that we have the opportunity to share that with other who otherwise would not have been able to make it down to London.”

Paul Swinney of A Love Supreme and author of the Mackem Dictionary, said: “Getting to Wembley means a lot to any football supporter, but travelling to watch your team there is not cheap.

“So, I’m delighted that we can donate free ALS travel to take five SAFC fans to the final who otherwise would not have been able to afford to go, and I hope they can help roar the team back into the Championship.”

The news of the donation follows yesterday’s announcement that the Foundation of Light’s Give a Quid campaign, to improve mental health across the north east, has smashed its fundraising target of £30,000, thanks to donations from fans.

Phil King, Foundation of Light’s Director of Commercial said “We are truly thankful for the support the fans have given us and the donations they have made to support our programmes.

Every year we work with thousands of families and individuals around the north east who are passionate Sunderland supporters, some of whom can’t always afford to attend matches.

“The Gift of Football campaign at Christmas made a real difference to people’s lives. Once again, thanks to the generosity of our amazing fans five more people have been given a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience arguably the biggest game in the club’s recent history.”

Written By CHRIS FRYATT

24 May 2019

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