The next two good causes that will benefit from the Stadium MK Charities Day have been announced by the Saints.
The Saints’ management is using the big Aviva Premiership clash with Saracens on Sunday, April 16th to raise funds and awareness for 15 charities, who will each have their logo on one of the starting 15’s shirts, have a stand on the concourse at stadiummk and receive 20 percent of the proceeds of all tickets that they sell for the match.
Charities were nominated by Saints supporters, players and staff, with nearly 800 nominations received in all by the club, and the 15 that have been selected represent a broad cross-section of causes.
These two good causes are:
CHUMS Based in Bedfordshire, CHUMS is a mental health and emotional wellbeing service for children and young people. Established in 1997, CHUMS provides support for areas such as bereavement and traumatic bereavement, stillbirth and neonatal support for adults, trauma following sexual abuse or domestic violence, suicide response, as well as mentoring and supporting young carers and young people experiencing mental health issues.
To book tickets through CHUMS email [email protected]
RSPCA NORTHAMPTONSHIRE The RSPCA’s work is invaluable to the lives of the many animals that have suffered from cruelty or neglect. The Northamptonshire branch is independent of the national society and is a separately registered charity, receiving no funding from the government or National Lottery. RSPCA Northamptonshire rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes approximately 700 animals per year, all of which are cared for a by a dedicated team of voluntary fosterers.
To book tickets through RSPCA Northamptonshire email [email protected]
Supporters can order tickets in any area of the stadium through their chosen charity, with ticket prices starting at just £15.
For more information about Charities Day, a full stadium map and pricing, as well as everything that will be going on at stadiummk on the day of the game head to www.northamptonsaints.co.uk/MK