Take part in the SaintsAbility raffle

By SFC Media time Thu 01 Jul Saints Foundation
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You can help to raise vital funds for the SaintsAbility project by entering into Saints Foundation’s raffle, with prizes including a video call with Matt Le Tissier and Francis Benali.

SaintsAbility sessions support active and independent lives for people with disabilities in our community. It’s all about breaking down barriers – that is Saints Foundation’s mission, both on and off the football pitch.

But now, SaintsAbility faces a barrier of its own. The project currently has no core funding partner, so Saints Foundation is asking for your help to raise vital funds so that the project can continue to support its participants.

The pandemic has been particularly hard for people with disabilities. Many SaintsAbility participants have been shielding for their health, isolated from friends and loved ones for huge periods of time.

The SaintsAbility sessions are incredibly important for their physical and emotional wellbeing as we all recover from this difficult time.

You can help Saints Foundation continue this support by entering their raffle to win a Saints Legends Bundle. The prizes on offer include a retro Southampton shirt and a video call with Saints legends Matt Le Tissier and Franny Benali, with all proceeds going to the SaintsAbility project. By donating to enter this raffle, all players confirm that they will accept and comply with the Terms and Conditions.

Where your money goes:

£5 pays for one participant to attend a community SaintsAbility session.

£20 pays for one participant to attend a month's worth of SaintsAbility community sessions.

£30 pays for a SaintsAbility coach to run a two-hour session.

For every £5 you donate, you receive one entry to win the Saints Legends Bundle. However, if you donate £20 you’ll receive five entries, and by donating £30 you’ll receive 10 entries.

enter the raffle

With your help, SaintsAbility can continue to support participants with finding a positive place in the community, where their needs are understood and their talents are recognised.

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