Donations Total Reaches £20,000
The club continues to be delighted by and appreciative of the level of support to the donations appeal, launched in March in response to the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent football shutdown.
The appeal has now raised an impressive total of over £20,000.
The initiative will be closed on July 31st, allowing time for anyone still wishing to make a donation. Click here to visit the donations page.
The club is also aware of the important backing already given to other club initiatives, ahead of the anticipated delayed start to the 2020-21 season. All of these remain open and provide different options for regular and ongoing support to be given to the club at this challenging time, following the end of the donations period.
More information is available at each of the links below.
Clyde chairman, John Taylor said: "I'd like to wholeheartedly thank everyone who contributed so generously to the coronavirus donations appeal, ensuring that the club still had a form of income during the early stages of the shutdown.
"It's also a significant portion of our previously stated aim of raising a total of £75,000 of donations pledged by the start of the 2020-21 season, to support the club's and Danny's ambitions for continued progress on the park. The 1877 Rewards scheme is going to be hugely significant in reaching this target and we've been encouraged by the early response, with more contributors hopefully signing up in the coming weeks.
"We also have budget targets for Season Cards, Club Ownership, Bully Wee Fund and Lottery income, so any increased level of support in these areas will again help to bridge the existing gap."