The 1895 Trust Update – July 13th, 2015

Volunteering with the Trust

We’re holding a volunteers’ meeting on July 17th in the Tolka Bar before kick off with the aim of getting as many people as possible involved in the Trust’s work. Details of specific vacancies can be found here.

 

We’d also particularly like to encourage people to come up with ideas fundraisers and help us to organise them. The club also require a wide range of skills, and we have referred some members onward to the board in the past.

 

Please contact shelstrust@gmail.com with any ideas you might have – and please encourage anyone you know to come along to the volunteers’ meeting on July 17th.

 

 

Membership Targets Reminder

Having exceeded our goal of 100 members by the end of May, the Committee of Management has set the following goals for the remainder of the season:

 

  • 120 members by the end of July
  • Over 100 members paying by monthly subscription
  • Over members by the end of the season

 

We ask all members to do what they can to help us achieve these goals. A large membership base promotes our legitimacy when dealing with any bodies, as well as promoting internal debate and improving our resources.

 

 

Cork City Video

Following the well-documented documentary of the Bohemians v Shamrock Rovers derby, Copa 90 has made a documentary about Cork City, for which they attended City’s Europa League match against K.R. Reykjavik. The short video highlights the endless possibilities of mutual fan-ownership of a football club, as Cork City have qualified for European competition on a stable financial footing just five years into their own fan-ownership project. You can find the video here.

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