Seadogs Raise Funds and Awareness

Before Saturday's home fixture with Bamber Bridge, we welcomed ICE and Rainbow Centre, Scarborough to the game to promote their work in the community and raise awareness and funds for their respective causes.

Supporters from Bamber Bridge, Scarborough Athletic and further afield donated generously to the Rainbow Centre to support their work in the community. Rainbow Centre Director, Julie Macey and her team have counted up the collection from Saturday's game and supporters helped to raise just over £200! Thank you to all supporters who donated to help the volunteers continue supporting groups in hardship in the local community.

ICE also came to promote mental wellbeing through sport and in particular football, giving out leaflets and raffle tickets with prizes up for grabs. Any persons affected by stress, anxiety, depression or other mental health concern can play a casual and fun game of football at Flamingo Land Stadium between 4-5pm every Friday. The winners of the raffle are as below:

1st prize - Amy Grayson (below left), winner of £100 Club Shop Voucher

2nd prize - Gary Walton (below middle, right), winner of £50 Club shop Voucher

3rd prize - Daniel Brown (below right), winner of a signed football by Scarborough Athletic FC

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