Since our inception our aim has always been to bring colour and atmosphere to Motherwell games, both home and away.
Over the years we believe our contribution, both vocally and visually, has had a positive impact on improving the atmosphere at Fir Park however we understand this would not be possible without the backing and support we have received from the wider fan base . For this we are forever grateful.
On many occasions we have organised choreographed fan displays. These displays are often costly and are more often than not paid for out of our own pockets or through donations, again from generous Well fans who share our vision and support what we are doing.
As the Betfred Cup Final fast approaches we would like to ask our fellow Motherwell fans to dig deep once again and donate towards another display. On Sunday 26th November we want to want the players to emerge from the tunnel to a sea of Claret & Amber. This is only possible with your help!
We have an initial target of £4,500 which should pay for all material costs, postage and delivery. Once this target is achieved we will then donate any additional funds raised to The Well Society which will be doubled by Les Hutchison.
Thanks for your continued support. SIWY!
Donations up to £4,500 from this campaign will go towards funding materials for a fan display at the Betfred Cup Final at Hampden Park stadium in Glasgow on Sunday 26th November. Any addional funds over £4,500 will go towards The Well Society.
Donors are supporting both causes as the many donors are supporters of Motherwell Football Club, members of The Well Society and / or from the local North Lanarkshire community The main beneficiary from donations will be The Well Society, a supporters group which believes in fan ownership at Motherwell Football Club. The campaign manager is a member of The Well Society and supports their fundraising aims.
Thank you to everyone who has donated, it's very much appreciated. In the near future funds will be withdrawn to the campaign manager who will then transfer them to The Well Society.
Donations will now be transferred to Derek Watson, the owner of this campaign, and then transferred directly to The Well Society.