Pledge 35

Pledge 35

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Following the recent update on the successes of Project 35 during the school summer holidays, we are excited to announce the launch of Pledge 35 – encouraging the wider Argyle family to commit 35 hours to support regional activities in the months ahead.

The summer months have seen Project 35 deliver over 16,000 meals to families in Devon and Cornwall, as well as deliver food education programmes to over 250 individuals, among other things – and we’re only getting started.

The club has been inundated with requests to get involved in Project 35 from supporters of Argyle and other members of the community – and with many exciting large-scale activities approaching, now is the time to harness the groundswell of good will amongst the city for our landmark social action campaign.

The importance of Project 35’s key objectives has never been clearer – with a cost-of-living crisis impacting not only those poorest in society, but even middle-income families too. The aim of Project 35 is not just to raise awareness of food and fuel poverty, but take proactive steps in supporting those most impacted with practical support, targeted food packages, and education programmes – among other things.

Those interested in pledging volunteering hours can do so by clicking here to fill out the registration form.

Once the form is complete, a member of the Argyle Community Trust team will be in touch, offering a range of potential volunteering activities to get involved in. Once an individual completes their 35 pledged hours, they will receive a shout-out in the following Argyle match day programme, The Pilgrim, alongside a mention on the club’s Big Screen during matchday.

Argyle Community Trust Chief Executive Officer Mark Lovell said: “Project 35 progress over the summer has been phenomenal, but the current economic environment is extremely challenging.

“We know from conversations with local families that Project 35 is already providing vital support, and there is so much more we want to achieve. We have been overwhelmed by messages and offers of support from the local community, and it is only right that we seek to harness this support and use the power of Argyle to reach as many people as possible.

“Community spirit is needed now more than ever, and we thank everyone in advance for their pledges.”

For more information on Project 35, click here.

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