Former Rotherham United favourite Matt Crooks is once again fundraising for the charity set up in the name of his best friend as they host the Jordan Sinnott Foundation Trust Ball in June.
Millers fans are invited to attend a fantastic fundraising evening to celebrate Jordan’s life and character with an evening of eating, drinking, singing and plenty of dancing on Saturday 11th June 2022.
The event will be hosted by Colin Manford and will include a three-course meal for guests with entertainment provided in the form of a DJ, live music from Truly Medley Deeply and auctions on the night.
Alongside all of that Guinness will be available to buy on the night – which can also be printed with photos on the head! – with prizes for the auctions including once-in-a-lifetime experiences such as two tickets for the hospitality lounges at Ibrox for the first Old Firm derby of next season.
‘Tree’ himself will be at the event, while a number of his former Millers colleagues have also been invited and are expected to be in attendance, including his good pal and current Rotherham United top goalscorer Michael Smith.
Tickets for this landmark charity event are priced at £100pp or a table of 10 can be purchased for £1,000.
Beyond that, there are an array of sponsorship packages which can be purchased and including varying levels of additional hospitality.
The event is to be hosted at Queens Hotel, Leeds with tickets on sale NOW.
Speaking to www.themillers.co.uk Matt once again thanked Millers fans for their ongoing support of the JSFT and is hoping to catch up with faces new and old at the summer ball.
“I think people know that Rotherham will always have a place in my heart and I have still got loads of friends there, both on and off the pitch.
“The way in which people have supported the Foundation has been amazing and it would be lovely to see some Millers representation at the summer ball in Leeds in June.
“We’re hoping it is going to be a great night and a real celebration of Sin’s life. He was always the one lighting up the room at functions like this and to do that in his memory will mean an awful lot to us and hopefully raise a lot of money for the Foundation.
“I’d like to thank anyone in advance who chooses to buy a ticket, a table or a hospitality package and if you are attending, please make sure you come up to me on the night and say ‘hello’.”
Tickets are priced at £100 per head and will include a drink on arrival, a three-course meal and accompanying wine, entry into a cash prize raffle and evening entertainment.