Fenton based Listers, a multi-award winning company manufacturing windows, doors and conservatories, have kindly opted to donate a huge variety of Stoke City Football Club paraphernalia to Dougie Mac in a bid to help raise money for the hospice.
As official partners of Stoke City for over 6 years, Listers are keen to utilise this association to the local community’s benefit, by supporting patients with life-limiting conditions and their families at the Dougie Mac Hospice.
Just a few items among the donations are framed and signed programmes and shirts, including: A framed shirt from Stoke v Hull in the 2017 season; a framed shirt sponsoring Gordon Banks XI in 2012, a framed shirt from Stoke v Watford in the 2016/2017 season; signed football and a framed signed athletics shirt by British Pole Vaulter, Steve Lewis.
Football fans will be able to grab one of these special gifts at the auction taking place during the Dougie Mac Annual Ball on Friday 5th October 2018 at Keele Hall.
To reserve your table or for further information on this event which also includes a sumptuous five course meal, a variety of entertainment and the chance to win a variety of prizes throughout the evening, please call 01782 344359 or email email@example.com.
Daniel Shaw, Listers Marketing Manager, said:
“Dougie Mac has been Listers’ chosen charity for many years. Some of our staff have witnessed the work that Dougie Mac do first-hand and as an organisation as a whole, Dougie Mac are a very inspiring charity. We hope that these Stoke City pieces raise plenty of money for Dougie Mac and we’re delighted to help in any way we can in our continued association.”
Suzi Smith, Head of Corporate Fundraising and Events said;
“We’re really grateful to the team at Listers for continuing to support the hospice. We are heavily reliant on donations from our local business community to help us provide the incredible care we have become renowned for.”
Any businesses wishing to support the hospice are encouraged to email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01782 344359.