Everton in the Community Executive Chair Denise Barrett-Baxendale believes Monday night’s Under-23s game at Goodison Park can provide a huge boost to the Home Is Where The Heart Is campaign.
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David Unsworth’s side, who currently sit six points clear at the top of the Premier League 2 table, host Southampton at Goodison Park on Monday night (7pm kick-off), with all supporters eligible for free entry as the Club supports the young Blues’ charity project.
Coach Unsworth has spearheaded the campaign, which is aiming to raise £230,000 to help the city’s homeless and those at risk of homelessness.
Watch the video above, which first featured on this week’s Everton Show, to find out more about the aims of the Home Is Where The Heart Is, what has been done to raise funds and awareness so far and future plans.
Tickets for Monday’s game are free and are available in the Sir Philip Carter Park End Stand or the Upper Bullens. Tickets can be collected right up until kick-off on Monday 20 February from Everton One, Everton Two or the Park End Box Office.
If you are unable to attend the game, you can watch it live on evertontv. A £3.99 donation to the ‘Home Is Where The Heart Is’ fund will give you exclusive live access to the full 90 minutes of the game – with commentary provided by Darren Griffiths and Ian Snodin. Visit evertonfc.com/U23Live
to make your donation and book your live stream.
>>> Click here to donate directly to the Home is Where the Heart is campaign.
There are also a limited number of mascot places available, priced at £100+VAT. Click here
for more information or call call EitC’s fundraising team on 0151 530 5253