Tap for the Trust
When the Green Army arrive at the Theatre of Greens on Saturday afternoon for the Sky Bet League One visit of Fleetwood Town, they will notice Argyle Community Trust donation stations dotted around Home Park.
Designed to allow supporters to make low-cost contactless payments, these stations allow supporters to ‘Tap for the Trust’, supporting our charity’s valuable work.
The Argyle Community Trust have been at the forefront of the region’s response to COVID-19, delivering crucial projects to help feed children, reduce the impact of isolation, and promote greater health and wellbeing, as well as contributing to the club’s vaccination efforts. Click here to read our COVID-19 impact report, measuring the Club and Trust’s cumulative efforts in the community throughout the pandemic.
By Tapping for the Trust, you can support us today by helping us raise funds for our disability provision.
- £1 supports a player with a disability to take part in a weekly football session
- £2 helps us provide sports equipment for disability sessions
- £5 will support us in ensuring our disability football teams wear a PAFC match kit for the 21/22 season
- £10 allows a child with a disability to attend a holiday course
Donating is simple and takes seconds. All you need to do is choose your donation amount on the touch-screen and tap your contactless card when prompted.
Argyle Community Trust CEO Mark Lovell said: “As the official charity partner of Plymouth Argyle FC we work hard to identify the vulnerable groups we could support in the Plymouth, Devon and Cornwall communities we serve.
“There is a need for ongoing support, and we aim to ensure we can support those most in need through our outreach work, and through the power of Argyle.”
All donations are greatly appreciated, especially following the difficulties of the past 18 months, and will go straight back to supporting vulnerable people in the community.
You can read more about the diverse and inclusive work undertaken by the Argyle Community Trust by following us on social media and by visiting the Trust website.
Thank you for your support.