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THERE’S STILL TIME TO WIN A SIGNED VALE SHIRT

18 June 2020

There’s just two weeks left for you to be in with a chance to win a Vale home shirt signed by the 2019/20 squad.

To enter the draw for the shirt just make a donation towards the Super Vale Abroad (SVA) campaign that is raising funds to provide Activity Packs for local children during the Coronavirus lockdown.

Everyone donating up 30th June will automatically qualify for the draw for the signed shirt.

The winner will be drawn by PVFC Foundation Trustee and chair of Port Vale, Carol Shanahan on 1st July and announced here on the Foundation website afterwards.

You can make your donation through the SVA PayPal account at: www.supervaleabroad.com/donate

Patrick Scragg who lives in the Central Coast, NSW Australia and is the founder of SVA said “Super Vale Abroad now comprises 136 exile Vale Supporters in 27 countries around the globe, and we have already received significant contributions towards this campaign from these overseas supporters. However, the draw for the signed shirt is open to all Vale supporters wherever they live and no matter how much they are able to donate.

“SVA provided the Foundation with £500 at the start of the lockdown and we are optimistic that we can generate a further four figure sum from this campaign. Please help the Community Initiative and give generously. Best of luck to everyone in the draw.”

Head of Community at Port Vale, Tom Sherratt added “We are delighted that our partnership with SVA continues to grow. The Activity Packs they have already helped to fund have definitely put a smile on the faces of local kids during the lockdown. The additional funds provided through this campaign will be most welcome as we continue to support the community during lockdown and throughout the upcoming school holidays.”

The Port Vale Foundation working together with Port Vale Football Club, Synectics Solutions and The Hubb Foundation have delivered over 70,000 meals and 3,000 Activity Packs through 19,000 visits to families into the local community since the beginning of April.


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