The Chester FC Boost the Budget campaign kicked off on Friday evening with the first update on the total raised planned for Monday afternoon as the Club targets £100,000 for next season’s playing budget.
Fans can access exciting rewards in return for one-off donations or monthly direct debit payments with five tiers of incentives to choose from.
Pledges will boost the first-team budget for next season as the Blues look to mount a strong challenge in the National League North.
Jeff Banks, Director of Fan Engagement, is hoping many supporters will take advantage of the incentives on offer and also support the Club to provide free child season tickets for Chester FC Community Trust to encourage new youngsters to the club.
He said: “The Fan Engagement Working Group and the Fundraising Working Group got our heads together to come up with some unique and attractive offers to put into the Boost the Budget scheme, and we hope that tomorrow’s update gives us a real positive start.
“We also wanted to come up with an idea to help bring new fans into the Deva Stadium too, and what better way than contributions made by fans counting towards a child’s season ticket being given to the Community Trust to distribute.”
Boost the Budget is open for six weeks with the aim of raising £100,000 and, with some of the rewards limited in number, fans are encouraged to sign up as soon as possible to avoid missing out.
Stay tuned to chesterfc.com tomorrow afternoon for our first Boost the Budget update.