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A reminder that the Supporters Association will now be accepting donations on the first home game of the month, starting with the visit of Wingate & Finchley on 6th October 2020.  We ask for your help and encourage you to bring in food donations from the list below, which can be left at the Supporters Stall.  

Thank you again for all your generosity in the past and we look forward to helping as many of those less fortunate than ourselves in our local community in the future.

UHT milk                     Sugar

Fruit juice                    Pasta sauces

Soup                            Sponge pudding (tinned)

Tomatoes (tinned)       Cereal

Tea bags/coffee          Rice pudding

Instant mash               Rice/pasta

Tinned meat/fish         Jam

Tinned fruit                  Biscuits or snack bars

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22 hours ago, Dinamo Urchin said:

A big Thank You to everone who donated items to the Food bank last night.  These have now filled out the collection point container at Airfield Way Tesco's.

In the parlance of the modern day footballers tweet, we go again on 3rd November with the home game against Folkestone Invicta 👊

Thanks to Rhys for pointing out the schoolboy error.  If we are playing a Kent side on a Tuesday night then, of course, we are away.

First league home game in November is on 14th November 2020 against Leatherhead.

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With the move to Tier 2 restrictions here in Havering and the potential economic impact that this will bring as we approach winter, the Supporters Association has agreed that we will now collect foodbank donations at each home game, rather than on a monthly basis.  Contributions can be left at the Track & Trace stations or Clubhouse entrance.

The recent campaign by Marcus Rashford to provide free school meals for children in need during the school holidays and fans of Premier League clubs boycotting Pay Per View fees of £14.95 and instead donating their money to local charities and food banks, have shown how football can help those less fortunate in our society.  I appreciate that many of us may also be struggling right now, but even the smallest of contributions can make a big difference, so please do all you can to support this when and if you are able.

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