CELTIC has announced that their Football for Good Fund has reached £ 1.5 million today..
The initiative by the Celtic FC Foundation was set up by the club in March 2020 to help those in need during the Cove epidemic.
The fund aimed to address issues in three key areas: food and necessities, fuel poverty and mental health.
Some time ago, with a fund of 1. 1.3 million, an update shows that the fund has helped 12,792 people, 82 charity partners, 3,872 children and 15,915 pensioners.
In addition, NHS staff were provided with 11,000 hot meals as well as 17,000 hot drinks.
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And that figure is likely to increase with today’s news.
In a message of thanks to supporters, Celtic said: “Since March 2020, the Celtic FC Foundation has been helping the most affected by the COVID-19 epidemic under the banner of the Football for Good Fund (FFGF). Of
“And today, eighteen months later, we are pleased to announce that FFGF has reached a major milestone of £ 1.5 million, with the Foundation investing another K250K in emergency response.
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“Reaching this milestone would not have been possible without the great generosity of the Celtic family, and everyone here at the Calcutta FC Foundation would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for helping us to be sincere.
“The Foundation will work with our existing partners to provide additional support to those in need in our local communities as we begin to emerge from the other side of the COVID-19 epidemic.
“We will focus our efforts on addressing three key issues – helping those facing food and fuel poverty and providing mental health support to those in Scotland, Ireland. , Wider UK and abroad needed.
“This has been a time of hardship and repeated uncertainty for the most vulnerable people in our society, and it will likely continue for many as we continue to suffer from COVID-19 epidemics due to rising costs, including fuel.” And a number of key support schemes.