You may not need a Premier League budget to run a junior football club, but you do need to keep your head above water and the simple truth is that Subs cover the bare costs and if we are to provide the players with new kit and equipment, additional external coaching and subsidised UK and European tours then we need to source additional funding to finance these additional costs that enable us to provide a product/service , which we believe, is a cut above that which can be found anywhere else locally.
We are particularly lucky that David Wilson Homes who have been associated with the Club since 2011 continue to be very generous main club sponsors having provided the ClubWide match kit and the personalised Training kit that was provided to every player at the beginning of the 2015/16 season.
However still further funds are required to grow the club and to enable us to deliver the kind of experience all our Managers and Coaches are committed to provide for the players.
How do we do this?
Seek additional funding from…..
Football based funding streams, such as Hampshire FA, McDonalds Kickstart and the like
Braishfield Bees Tournament (1st weekend in September annually)
Enter Barratt Relay Marathon – raises money for local good causes and the Bees through sponsorship of Players/Coaches and Parents in this annual event held every April
Presentation Day at end of Season
Christmas Fun Morning and raffle
Various other events throughout the year
To keep our Club running we need to raise additional money for our teams. As a non- profit making organisation every penny gets ploughed back into improving the player’s (and parent’s) experience as being part of this Community Club as recognised by FA Charter Development Club Status awarded to the Club August 2015. Braishfield Bees FC relies on annual subscriptions from its’ members, but we also heavily rely on the generosity and goodwill of the community and local businesses.
If you have any fundraising ideas, please get in contact with the Club at…. email@example.com
In return for your support there are ample opportunities for positive publicity via our Bi-Monthly Newsletter, Facebook and Twitter feeds and advertorials in local press. Please help us to achieve our goal to provide a safe, healthy and enjoyable environment for our local youngsters to excel in our game of football that we all hold so dear.