Help Deeping United FC U10 Girls raise money

Hi there, 

On April 24th, 16 parents/coaches of Deeping United U10 Girls will be tackling the 10K Tough Mudder obstacle course, and 19 kids will be doing a 1 Mile Mini Mudder at Belvoir Castle near Grantham. 

Deeping United Football Club are passionate about promoting and contributing to local good causes so we are proud that our U10 girls, their coaches and their parents are raising funds for Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice in memory of Steve Gavaghan who lost his battle to brain cancer last year. 

Steve was the loving father of one of our U10 girls and the team at the Thorpe Hall Hospice cared for him in his final hours. Many of us at Deeping United have a close connection to the hospice and we’d like to support them in the wonderful work that they do.

As well as raising money for the hospice, our U10 girls are also fundraising for the club to help it flourish so it can provide the best provision possible.  Our female provision is the fastest growing part of our club and Deeping United is now the footballing home to over 150 women and girls. 

We are thrilled to say this as our aim has always been to provide a fun, safe and inclusive place to play football and we believe that gender, religion, physical or mental barriers, age or ability should not be a barrier.

However large or small, please donate to help support Thorpe Hall Hospice and Deeping United Football Club.
#girlscanplaytoo 
 
 
  • Aaron Brinkman 
    • £20 
    • 4 d
  • Gail Sumner 
    • £50 
    • 8 d
  • Rona Platt 
    • £50 
    • 8 d
  • Heidi Went 
    • £15 
    • 8 d
  • Lee Howley 
    • £25 
    • 8 d
See all

Fundraising team (6)

Andy Bundock 
Organizer
Raised £1,051 from 28 donations
Deeping Saint James, Peterborough
Lee Sutton 
Beneficiary
Ian Walker 
Team member
Raised £1,170 from 49 donations
Ivan Best 
Team member
Raised £415 from 10 donations
Robert Kelsey 
Team member
Raised £165 from 13 donations
Emma Pearce 
Team member