Rotherham United striker Michael Smith has donated his signed match-worn shirt from Tuesday night’s 5-1 victory over Gillingham at AESSEAL New York Stadium to the Sinnott25 charity.
The Foundation Trust, set up in memory of Jordan Sinnott – the best friend of former Millers midfielder Matt Crooks – are inviting supporters to enter a raffle with the opportunity to win the shirt signed by the Millers current top-scorer.
The raffle is £2.50 to enter, with no limit on the number of tickets available to purchase.
To enter simply make a donation on the page of £2.50 and leave an email address as a note in order for the winner to be contacted on.
In honour of Jordan Sinnott the shirt was made available at 7pm on Thursday and bidding will close at 8pm on Friday, after 25 hours.
The Sinnott25 charity was set up in honour of the late Jordan Sinnott, to support vulnerable and under privileged children and young adults to access healthy recreation and ensure that they have the opportunity to fulfil their potential and enjoy the life changing benefits that comes from sport.
@OfficialRUFC fans struggling for a present? There’s a @JSFTrust shirt raffle which starts tomorrow which you might be interested in? 👀 7pm for 25 HOURS only. More details to follow #rufc #Sinnott25DaysToXmas pic.twitter.com/9WmZGNK7NN— The Jordan Sinnott Foundation Trust. (@JSFTrust) December 8, 2021