Trust Projects

Phil Carder Goal of the Season

Voting is now open for the Phil Carder Goal of the Season award.

Seven of Southport’s best goals from this campaign have been put on a shortlist - and Trust in Yellow is asking you to vote for your favourite.

Every season, the Trust runs the Goal of the Season competition, which was renamed last year in memory of Phil, the Trust’s long-serving treasurer.

Pick your favourite from the list below and register your vote. You can e-mail programme@southportfc.net or vote via the Trust’s facebook or twitter.

The deadline for voting is 8pm on Thursday April 28 and the winner will be presented with the trophy at the end of season presentation, hosted by the Trust, in the Grandstand Bar after the final match of the campaign against Kidderminster Harriers on April 30.

Any late contenders for the award before the end of the season will also be added.

 

A: Louis Almond v Gateshead (H), Tuesday August 18

B: Liam Nolan v Altrincham (H), Monday August 31

C: Louis Almond v Guiseley (A), Tuesday September 22

D: Adam Blakeman v Wrexham (A), Saturday December 26

E: Craig Westcarr v Guiseley (H), Saturday March 26

F: Paul Rutherford v Boreham Wood (A), Saturday April 9

G: Jamie Allen v Lincoln City (H), Saturday April 16

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Soup Kitchen food collection

Thank you to everyone who contributed so generously at the last couple of home matches to help our food collection for the Southport Soup Kitchen.

We basically filled a car with the much needed donations and these will be used and distributed amongst the underprivileged members of Southport's community.

A big thank you to Carol from the Soup Kitchen and her family for coming along to the match yesterday against Lincoln City at the club's invitation and taking the donations away. They were extremely grateful.

Thanks to Howard Birch and Michael Collinson for co-ordinating the collection on the Trust’s behalf.

Please now don't forget the Soup Kitchen and their great work in the community and maybe put an extra couple of tins in your trolley each week! It soon adds up and they appreciate anything they can get.

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Soup Kitchen food collection

Thank you to all supporters who have so far dropped off food donations at the Trust office for the Southport Soup Kitchen.

At the next home match against Lincoln City on April 16, we’ll be co-ordinating a full collection , with drop-off points at the turnstiles and the Trust office.

Please have a look in your cupboards for any food you can donate, no matter how much or how little.

Details on the type of donations we’re looking for are HERE.

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Who is your Fan of the Season?

Following the success in previous years, Trust in Yellow is pleased to say that it is again running a Fan of the Season competition.

We want to recognise a supporter who has made that special extra effort to give loyal support to the players and team this season.

So this is not just about those fantastic people who give hours of their time in voluntary work for the club and we are sure the club has ways of recognising their efforts.

Our Fan of the Season competition is for any supporter who has gone that extra mile this season in following and supporting their team.

Do you know someone who you think has shown a special passion for the club? Is there someone within the Southport FC fan community who is an unsung hero deserving recognition?

If you know such a person then let us know. Email fans@trustinyellow.com, telling us in no more than 150 words why you think he or she should win this award.

Alternatively you can hand in your nomination at the Trust office.

The closing date is Saturday April 16.

Once we have received all the entries the Trust board will decide on the winner who will receive their trophy at the end of season presentation evening when the various players’ awards are given out.

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Trust in Yellow Community Food Partnership

Southport Soup Kitchen - Saturday 16th April 2016

One of the main goals of any supporters’ trust is to be fully involved in the local community.

After a request from a Trust in Yellow member, it was decided that a great way of doing this would be by organising a collection for the Southport Soup Kitchen which is based on London Street in the town centre.

This very worthy cause provides food and warmth to the local homeless population as well as distributing meals and hampers to vulnerable people within the Southport Community.

On Saturday April 16 at the match against Lincoln City, the Trust will be co-ordinating a collection of any donations of food that you may have spare in your cupboards.

There will be a couple of collection points at the turnstiles or you can just bring your donations directly to the Trust office.

 

How can I help?....

The Soup Kitchen is looking for two types of donation.

1) Weekly at the Soup Kitchen they need tea, coffee, biscuits, cakes, sugar, and condiments such as ketchup or brown sauce.

2) For the families they support they need basics to create meals, such as pasta, sauces, tins of vegetables, soup, tins of meat or pies, and fresh fruit, butter/spread, cake or biscuits.

Any items however, large or small will be very welcome. So get looking in those cupboards.

Donations will be accepted in the Trust office at all matches between now and the Lincoln game.

More details are online here: southportchurches.co.uk/directory/projects/soup-kitchen

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