Foundation Motivation

THE Argyle Foundation is an exclusive members club...

...providing those involved the opportunity to win weekly and monthly cash prizes, money can’t buy offers for unique opportunities at Home Park and, of course, the big one.

Each year, Foundation Members are entered into the Grand Draw for £12,000 and this will take place just before Christmas on a date to be confirmed.

To be in with a chance of winning this potentially life-changing prize, please sign up by Wednesday of this week. Sign up now through our dedicated Argyle Foundation website.

Despite these wonderful benefits, there is a very different motivation for our Argyle Foundation Members and one email we received from a fan last week just makes you proud to be Green.

He said: “I was really pleased to see the increased publicity for the Argyle Foundation over recent weeks and can only hope we attract more members to this worthy cause. I joined the Foundation in February and was originally a member of the Argyle Fans’ Trust.

“While it’s nice to win prizes, my reason for joining the Foundation was down to making a contribution toward the Youth Academy at Plymouth Argyle, which is the primary objective of this scheme.

“I am well aware of the importance of efficiently and conscientiously managed Youth Development for clubs like Argyle and want to contribute to its success. Kevin Hodges is a Plymouth Argyle legend and I know that our young lads are in safe hands under his guidance. I am sure that their parents are confident that they will be well looked after. 

“I have kept in touch with the weekly results, recognising the names of some of the winners and the range of locations of those who participate. It clearly indicates that supporters retain their love of our Club even when they move to other parts of the UK and beyond.

“As the club progresses, it would give me a great deal of satisfaction to see local lads, such as Tyler Harvey, Louis Rooney, Callum Hall and Ryan Lane, who have all been with the club from a young age, progress into the senior team and enjoy successful careers as professional footballers.”