Rotherham United would like to thank everyone who took part in a special raffle, which helped raise over £900 for Rotherham Hospice before our dedicated fundraising event on Saturday has even started!
Supporters were given the chance to win a signed 2021/22 shirt - donated by BurrowsMotorsCompany - which was raffled off in aid of Rotherham Hospice ahead of ‘Red Gloves Day’, which will see the Millers ‘Give the Hospice a Hand’ when we welcome Shrewsbury Town to AESSEAL New York Stadium on Saturday.
The raffle was championed by Honorary Life President John Breckin, who has been instrumental towards this weekend’s fundraising event and supported by club sponsor Kevin Johnson, with Gary Pritchard crowned the lucky winner of the prize, following the draw.
Congratulations to Gary Pritchard on winning the framed signed shirt, which was kindly donated by Steve Burrows at @BurrowsMotorCo— John Breckin (@JohnBreckin) March 6, 2022
Thank you very much to everyone who donated for this great cause! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 pic.twitter.com/PnDAEp6JNW
The Millers are incredibly proud to be supporting the initiative which will see vital funds raised for Rotherham Hospice at our Sky Bet League One fixture with Shrewsbury Town on Saturday 19th March.
The event will see thousands of red gloves donned at AESSEAL New York Stadium in of the Broom-based charity and has been officially coined ‘Give the Hospice a Hand.’
The gloves are free for any supporter to collect on their way into the ground, but we are asking supporters to make a donation up to any amount they’d like to give as they take a pair.
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The fundraising has already started for the Rotherham Hospice and if you're feeling generous you can contribute now.
You can scan this QR code using the camera on your mobile phone to reach the donation page
Or you can text to donate:
Text REDGLOVE followed by your donation amount to 70085 to give that amount.
Texts will cost the donation amount plus one standard network rate message.