June 27, 2022

A SCOTS software program firm has launched a fundraising marketing campaign to help footballer Andy Robertson’s AR26 charity.

ClassForKids, the on-line reserving and administration system for youngsters action clubs, has donated £1,000 to the charity.

The charity – set up by Scotland captain and Liverpool remaining-back Andy Robertson – provides guidance to youngsters and youthful people in five regions across Scotland.

This support incorporates cost-free football classes, life-changing ordeals and mentoring possibilities for young folks.

The ClassForKids team with the £1,000 they raised for AR26 at the Glasgow Kiltwalk in April.
The ClassForKids workforce lifted £1,000 for AR26 at the Glasgow Kiltwalk in April.

Regions currently included include Inverclyde, North and Glasgow South, Dundee and North Ayrshire. 

ClassForKids CEO Nikki Th’ng stated: “The work AR26 do is quite evidently in line with ClassForKids values, in supporting youngsters to get up a lot more exercising, encouraging with their psychological health and every little thing about their setup and ethos.

“We have been concerned in this partnership for a while now which has been genuinely prosperous and extensive may well it continue as we move forward.”

“As a bigger company, we are constantly seeking for persons to inspire us. Doing the job with kids club owners, organisers and charities motivates our team to carry on the operate we are undertaking to assist club proprietors and other people.

“We are not just on the lookout to proceed existing partnerships but are constantly on the lookout for new partnerships, too.” 

Doing the job alongside AR26 Charity this summertime, ClassForKids is searching for support to elevate the money with a prize attract.

The business suggests proceeds will be essential in assisting provide young folks with the exact odds and enjoyable-loaded experiences, regardless of their situations. 

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Amidst the latest price tag of dwelling crisis, they hope this campaign will present substantially-desired guidance to people throughout Scotland.

Amanda Nisanci, Head of Partnerships at AR26 reported: “At existing, we provide free of charge football to somewhere around 350 6-16 12 months olds throughout Scotland each 7 days.

“By 2023 we want to be partaking in the location of 1,000 beneficiaries every single week with the greatest purpose to be providing just about every baby in Scotland the chance to play football outwith faculty in a protected, participating, enjoyment and inspiring environment.

“We satisfaction ourselves on the on and off the pitch schooling and engagement currently being of equivalent significance, immersing ourselves in the communities we deliver.”

Prize draw tickets start off at just £1 for every ticket, with prizes which includes a Liverpool shirt signed by Andy Robertson, a pair of soccer boots signed by Andy, a £100 cinema voucher and a brand name new iPad.

Offered to British isles entrants only, entries can be built at ar26-fundraiser.rallyup.com.