Northampton Saints Foundation have launched a new and unique way to both get behind the team this season, and support us at the same time.
We have joined www.goalgiving.com, which allows you to pledge your support to Saints Foundation by agreeing to donate every time Northampton win this season.
It could be £1, £5, £10 or even £100 for a win – it’s entirely up to you and every donation counts, meaning that every time Northampton Saints win, the Foundation wins too.
Becoming one of our goalgiving community is really simple; visit our ‘Marching On’ page on goalgiving.com and pledge the amount you want to donate when the team wins. Every penny raised helps us to provide support and education services to our local community.
Everyone who raises money via goalgiving.com will be entered into a draw at the end of the season to WIN a signed Saints jersey – and, if you personally donate over £300 through the initiative during the campaign, we will arrange a special ‘thank you’ message from one of our Foundation Ambassadors.
“We are really excited to be one of the very first organisations to be involved with this fundraising initiative,” said Sue Wright, Fundraising Manager at Northampton Saints Foundation.
“It’s an innovative and fun way to support our charity, as well as getting behind the men in Black, Green and Gold this season.”Sue Wright, Fundraising Manager
“There’s no minimum (or, indeed, maximum!) donation amount, so we hope it is an initiative anyone can get involved in if they want to.”
If you have pledged your support, every time the team wins, you will receive an email from goalgiving within an hour of the game finishing to confirm that you are happy for them to take your donation.
So, you can choose to donate each and every game, or just some, it’s entirely up to you. You are also able to set a maximum donation amount across the season, so if Saints win every week, you don’t leave yourself too much out of pocket!
For more information about goalgiving, or other ways to support Northampton Saints Foundation, please contact Sue Wright on [email protected] or 07483 078363.