Tranmere Rovers Lotto Super Draw helping the local community and you can be a part of it!
Sign-up to a half year subscription for just £26, while a full year subscription is priced at £52.
And if you enter TRFC’s Lotto Super Draw for a year, as a business owner, you will see your company logo in matchday programmes throughout the 2019/20 season.
TRIC’s Lotto Super Draw directly helps the Wirral community by finding Club projects and programmes every year.
For just £1 a week, you could win a cash prize of up to £100,000!
By signing up, 60% of your stake goes back into the Club, and you are having a positive impact on people’s lives in your local area.
Positive impacts that the Lotto Super Draw had had in the community includes 438, 546 hours have been put into 20 commissioned projects.
Over 800 people have used the Recreation Centre each week during 2019, where the majority of TRIC’s programmes take place.
TRIC have a wide range of Wirral-based schools involved in its work, with more than 80 primary and secondary school children engaging with our projects, and 60 adults and juniors participate in monthly disability sessions and leagues.
Over 100 school pupils took part in our engagement programmes, which 60 adults were enrolled onto catering and volunteering courses.
TRIC also run a successful NCS programme, and 2019 proved to be another great year with 205 young which completed 820 hours of social action.
The Club also held community events to mark days of action, and 100 people benefit from charity indoor football sessions which included World Mental Health Day.
Liam Elliott, a participant at TRIC’s World Mental Health Day tournament, explained how sessions at Tranmere Rovers has helped him make new friends.
Liam said: “I’ve always been a lover of football, and I’ve got anxiety, depression, paranoia and schizophrenia, and it’s a great way to come and meet new friends, I’d rather be out than sitting in on my own and it gets us all out and about.”
The Gym at the Club’s Campus training ground is used by over 50 people per week with a variety of different classes.
Funds raised from TRFC Lotto Super Draw will go towards improving the equipment of the gym.
Other club initiatives that the Lotto Super Draw supports are futsal and dementia friendly sessions, as TRIC caters for everyone.
Participant Jean, who attends with her brother-in-law Peter, praised the impact that the Dementia Friendly group has on its members.
Jean said: “We are able to bring my brother-in-law here because he has to be in an enclosed space because if he gets out, he goes wandering so this is ideal for us because he’s always looked after.”
Meanwhile, 100 women and girls attend sessions in the Recreation Centre each week, and 120 schools have contested EFL Kids Cup and EFL Girls Cup competitions.
Walking football is also popular at TRFC, and participant Keith has urged people to sign-up to the Super Draw.
Keith said: “I play twice a week here and I really enjoy it, and for what Tranmere give back to the community, to have a go for £1 is well worth it.”
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