This Saturday sees The Spectacular Swan Fundraiser take place with the sole aim of raising money for the Palace For Life Foundation.
The event which takes between 3pm and 11pm at The Swan in West Wickham and there will be plenty to do and get involved with throughout.
Our friends at the Palace For Life Foundation have planned a free buffet, DJ, various stalls including cake and crafts, guest appearances, tombola, competitions, raffles, beat the goalie, face painting and plenty more besides.
Raffle prizes includes;
- 12 bottles of Cronx
- Signed Vince Hilaire book
- Signed Hy Money book
- Two bottles of Eagles wine donated by Steve Browett
- Signed Julian Speroni goalkeeping gloves
- Signed Connor Wickham shirt
- Signed Joe Ledley shirt
- Signed Bakary Sako shirt
- Sky Sports studio tour donated by Michael Bridge
- Two tickets to first home match of the season donated by Bernard and Fiona McNamara
Adults at £7.50, 5-16 year olds are £3 while under 5’s are free. The ticket will include the free buffet and a raffle ticket.
Entrance to the event is strictly by ticket only which are available to purchase from The Swan or by emailing SwanFundraiser@outlook.com.
However, you do not have to be there to get involved as the foundation have organised a number of different items to be raffled off as prizes. The star item is a pair of signed football boots from the one and only MILE JEDINAK! The boots of a player adored by Palace fans, currently gearing up for the Championship Play-Off Final before jetting off to Russia to represent Australia at the World Cup.
To be in with a chance of winning them, all you have to buy a raffle ticket for just £3. Tickets can be purchased through Paypal by sending the payment to email@example.com with the comment ‘Mile’ in the notes section. The raffle closes at 7pm on 3rd June 2018 with all proceeds of the raffle go to the Palace For Life Foundation.
For more information, contact The Swan on 020 87772083 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Palace for Life Foundation has been working with the South London community for over 25 years. They exist to leverage the power of football and the Crystal Palace Football Club brand to change the lives of young people across South London, particularly the most hard-to-reach and hard-to-help.
The foundation works with over 13,000 people each year, inspiring them to find a better path and to lead a healthier life. They cover a broad spectrum, from football sessions for young people with a disability, to delivering engaging assemblies and workshops in local schools and colleges. Targeting young people in areas of deprivation, the foundation offers free sessions in sport and other activities, alongside pastoral support, to instil positive values and help prepare our participants for a better life.
Palace For Life has strong connections within the local community and businesses and run programmes designed to equip young people with the skills they need to start thinking about their future careers. They believe that everyone matters, irrespective of their background and beliefs, and by giving extra support to the most vulnerable, will help create a better community and society.
To find out more about the Palace For Life Foundation, click on the image below.