Jock Stein 30th Anniversary Charity DinnerWednesday, 12th Aug 2015
The Jock Stein 30th Anniversary Charity Dinner is now sold out - a waiting list has been set up.
The Pars Foundation and the Celtic FC Foundation are delighted to announce that the Jock Stein 30th Anniversary Dinner – sponsored by Direct Slating Supplies - is now sold out and a waiting list has been set up.
The Dinner will follow the Charity Match at East End Park which features a select side of Dunfermline and Celtic Legends facing off to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the 1961 Scottish Cup-winning manager’s passing.
Already, a growing number of Pars legends have all signed up to play with more names due to be announced shortly.
Proceeds from both events will be split evenly between the respective charitable arms of both clubs, the Pars Foundation and Celtic FC Foundation.
With a 6.15pm for 7.00pm start, the Charity Dinner will take place at the Glen Pavilion in Dunfermline. In attendance, will be the majority of players from both squads together with other key figures from Jock Stein’s career, as well as representatives from the Stein family.
The evening, priced at £50pp, will include a drink on arrival, three-course meal, auction, raffle and Q&A with David Moyes, along with a number of our footballing greats.
To add your details to our waiting list, please call 0141 551 4321 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your wonderful support.
Net proceeds of the match and the dinner will be split equally between the Pars Foundation* and Celtic FC Foundation**.
*The Pars Foundation aims to grow and develop programmes to benefit the community of Dunfermline, focusing on Children’s Health and Wellbeing, the Elderly, Disability, Community Deprivation and other causes in the West Fife area.
**Celtic FC Foundation’s priority is to focus on the four key themes of improving health, promoting equality, encouraging learning and tackling poverty and we have a strong track record of delivering successful community-based projects. In honour of Jock Stein, the Foundation is looking to design and deliver a new initiative around heart health in our local communities as well as our continuing work with children and young people.
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