Block A, Centre House
Tuesday 24th April 2012
Fifty volunteers are needed for a final fundraising push as Derby County take on Peterborough on the last day of the season.
The supporters will hold collection buckets and drum up support in aid of Sight Support Derbyshire, the club's designated charity.
The charity hopes that the end-of-season collection will add another £1,000 to the £20,000 all ready donated through the partnership.
A charity spokesman said: "Collections are a great way of raising important funds, meeting new people and making a real difference to a small charity with just a few hours of your time."
The collection will be held on April 28 when the Rams take on Peterborough at Pride Park in the Npower Championship. Volunteers, who would be needed from 11am until 12.15pm, receive a complimentary ticket.
All collectors receive full training. To apply email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01332 287027.
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