Bring Back the Dolphins VFL Club!
As many of you know, at the end of the 2016 football season the Frankston Football Club was in significant debt and the Club was placed into voluntary administration. The Club's VFL licence was subsequently revoked and the Club is not fielding a Frankston VFL team in 2017.
A 'Save the Frankston Dolphins' Steering Committee was set up, which worked hard to help achieve the positive result of creditors of the Frankston FC voting to keep the Club afloat.
The Frankston FC faces many challenges as they work to renew their Club and put in place the foundations required for the AFL to restore its VFL licence for 2018.
For the Club to achieve its aim of fielding a 2018 team they must be able to achieve significant reduction of their debt.
This ‘Bring Back the Dolphins' VFL Club Fund, along with the Club's membership drive, Dolphin's In Business functions and general donations will help achieve this goal.
The Club has a sound plan to become financially viable in a sustainable way, to field a competitive football team, to work with local football leagues, to connect with and support our community and to put strong governance structures in place to ensure that they get their VFL licence back.
The Club requires YOUR financial support to achieve this by June 30, so please donate today!
Funds will be placed directly into a formal Trust Fund for the protection of your donations, which has been set up by Frankston Football Club
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!!
Chris Crewther MP (Federal Member for Dunkley), Peter Geddes (Chair), Gary Buckanara (General Manager) and the Frankston Football Club Board and Steering Committee
* Note: If the Club does not regain its 2018 VFL licence your donation (less GoFundMe handling fee) WILL BE RETURNED TO YOU. See: http://www.gofundme.com/pricing for GoFundMe handling fees.
The new DONATE sign at Frankston Park, home of the Frankston Dolphins, proudly donated by Progress Signs, Mornington - 11 April 2017