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Harriers launch charities drive

Harriers will proudly support four local charities this season – find out more…



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Harriers are pleased to be able to confirm that its work with local charities will continue in a big way for the forthcoming 2018/19 season.

The club have made it a mission to do as much work to raise funds and awareness of local charitable causes and organisations over the last few years, and that’s being stepped up once more for the campaign ahead.

Starting in July, four local charities have been nominated to receive dedicated support from the club and, no doubt, its loyal fan base.

This season we’re pleased to confirm we’ll be championing the work being done across Worcestershire and beyond by:

  • Leukaemia Care
  • Kemp Hospice
  • Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity
  • Acorns Children’s Hospice

We’re excited to bring you more details about these fantastic charities and the work we’ll be doing with them over the course of the season soon.

Harriers CEO Kelly Perks-Bevington, who selected Leukaemia Care – who will be our charity partner for July-September – said the efforts will make a real difference.

“Working to try and help areas of our local community is at the very heart of what we do here at Kidderminster Harriers and we’re hoping to do more for local causes and charities this season than ever before.

“Working to try and help areas of our local community is at the very heart of what we do…” Kelly Perks-Bevington

“We’ve carefully selected four causes for this season and really want to help raise awareness for them, and some funds as well.

“Leukaemia Care is one of those fantastic charities and we can’t wait to get started next month highlighting the amazing work the charity does, and exploring the ways we can help with that.”

Stay tuned for more throughout the entire season on these fantastic causes.


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