Centenary Club Lifeline Presentation
August 2014: Centenary Club Lifeline meeting handed over to the football club a cheque for to the value of £20,000.
Jason Barber said “With over 1,000 Pars fans now having applied for membership to the Centenary Club Lifeline, it was with great pride that an additional cheque was handed over to Dunfermline Athletic before the Falkirk match on 19 August at East End Park.
"Following the most recent Lifeline committee meeting, it was agreed that a cheque would be handed over to the football club for the value of £20,000. This takes the total value of donations made since November last year to the grand sum of £150,000 to date!
"Such an incredible sum in well under a year in testament to the Pars support which has seen so many pledge £20 per month (or one annual payment of £240) into the Lifeline scheme. Prize winners continue to receive cheques each month in the draws, including the odd “super draw” which will again be running at Christmas this year. One lucky member will receive a cheque for £2014 during the festive period!"
Jim Leishman is pictured above receiving the cheque from Lifeline vice chairman Jason Barber.
Anybody interested in joining the Lifeline is encouraged to do so either online: http://www.pars-united.com/cclifeline/join-here/ or via an application form which can be picked up from East End Park.
The story of the Centenary Club Lifeline over the past nine months has been nothing short of remarkable, with many other clubs casting an envious eye on the funds raised to date. Please continue to sign up if you can do so, and increase the donations made to Dunfermline Athletic even further.