Amateurs Raise Money For Mental Health

Great to hear Amateur Football Clubs are are putting in the hours raising money for Mental Health issues – in particular Chris’s House, writes Tom Scott.

Partizan Glasgow FC, who play in the Glasgow Community Co-Operative League, have already hit their Running Challenge, and are closing in on £1000 for the organisation who provide support/ assistance to those struggling with Mental Health.

“IT’S OK NOT TO BE OK”

MTK HOLYTOWN FC. are planning a 24 – hour Running/ Walking Challenge – every minute- every hour – on Saturday, February 20th to raise cash for the Holytown Suicide Awareness. We wish them every success. MTK are members of the Glasgow District SML.

Meanwhile, TANNOCHSIDE UNITED from the SSMAFL had a Football Favourite Scratch Card fully subscribed, and I understand Kevin Izat won the £250 prize.

Thanks to all who took a team, and the club will be organising more Fund-Raising ideas to help local Charities. Following the Scratch Card idea, a substantial three-figure sum is going to Chris’s House. Brilliant gesture.

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