Our recent Sky Bet Championship fixture against Fulham saw the Tigers Trust raise funds to support its health and wellbeing fund.
Activities took place ahead of and during the game to highlight the positive work the organisation delivers.
Dancers from the Trust’s Premier League Kicks programme put on a thrilling performance for those who had gathered pre-game at the Tigers Trust Arena.
Screens around the MKM Stadium showcased studies and stories of those who have developed and progressed positively through Trust programmes helping to inspire others.
The takeover match also saw Giacom kindly donate their front of shirt sponsorship for the day, with the Trust logo featuring on the players' shirts.
These shirts have now been signed by the players and will be auctioned off to raise funds for the Trust. Further details on the auction will be revealed on the Tigers Trust website soon.
Speaking about the success of the day, Catherine Bishop CEO said: “This was an extra special day with so many people involved in making it a success, including the Trust team, volunteers, participants, supporters, funders and Hull City.
“It’s been wonderful to see monies donated from supporter groups such as our wonderful Senior Tigers and the Sproatley Under-9s and share the many wonderful stories and magical moments created by the Trust”.
Everyone at the Tigers Trust would like to say a huge thank you to those who have donated so far, with our text to donate £3 still receiving funds totaling more than £1,000 already.
These donations will go towards supporting more children, young people and adults in the community through our Health and Wellbeing Fund.
Supporters can still donate £3 to the Tigers Trust by texting ‘TT30YEARS’ to 70085, or by clicking the button below to donate online.