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Posted Wednesday, September 26th 2018

City Foundation launch new prize fund

City Foundation are updating their cash prizes from next week, making the prizes bigger and more exciting every week.

In the eleven years since it was founded, City Foundation has raised more than £500,000, with all funds after costs supporting the invaluable work of Bristol City Community Trust.

The club are now looking to improve even further on the fundraising success of City Foundation and are pleased to announce it has teamed up with a specialist lottery recruitment company to increase the schemes awareness.

Supporters will receive a call in the coming weeks to inform them of the new lottery cash prizes and benefits to encourage them to join the scheme to support the future of the club’s charitable arm, whilst being in with a chance to win regular cash prizes. 

With membership costing just £2.20 a week, members are eligible to receive a range of brand-new cash prizes:

  • Weekly Rollover starting at £500, increasing by £200 weekly
  • Weekly cash prize of £50 and five lots of £20
  • Monthly cash prize of £500
  • Annual Christmas Cash Prize of £1,000 and two pieces of Signed Memorabilia
  • The Annual Jackpot End of Season Draw of £12,000 and two pieces of Signed Memorabilia

Alongside the exclusive benefits, which including:

  • Forever Bristol membership*
  • Ticket priority**
  • Membership card bearing your unique draw numbers
  • Invitations to exclusive City Foundation events
  • £15 Gift Voucher for the Bristol Sport Store
  • Signed memorabilia giveaways throughout the season
  • 15% discount on sporting activities provided by the Community Trust

The money raised through the City Foundation has been injected straight back into the community through their latest disability project ‘Project Inc.’.

The programme has been set up to enable children and adults with disabilities to participate in football, offering opportunities that wouldn’t normally be accessible to people with disabilities.

The aim is to offer football to children and adults with all disabilities, to this point they have always been able to include everyone who has come to join in, disabilities have included deaf, blind, amputee, autism, learning disabilities, wheelchair users and many more.

To become a member, call 0117 963 0636 or join online here. Alternatively, collect a leaflet from the City Foundation office at Ashton Gate, located just inside VIP Entrance 3.

If you have any queries about our new prize fund or fundraising campaign, then please do not hesitate to contact the City Foundation on 0117 963 0636 or e-mail billy.bond@bcfc.co.uk.

*Forever Bristol membership is not automatically given. Individuals must contact City Foundation for the membership to be claimed.
** This is claimed via Forever Bristol membership.

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