Fisher’s 12th Man Fund – Donate Here
Fisher is owned by the fans, and it’s the fans that make the club what it is. We need your support to keep the club going and continue our winning ways.
The 12th Man Fund is one way of contributing to keeping Fisher afloat.
Established at the start of the 17/18 season to provide Dean with a playing budget, the success of the 12th man fund is clear for all to see. The team is going from strength to strength on the pitch, with the prospects of promotion increasingly realistic. This success should be a point of pride for every one of the 12th man members who puts their hard earned money into supporting the team. But now is not the time for complacency!
With the team on the brink of a serious promotion push, the club has decided to embark on a ‘12th man promotion push’. With the margin between the top three so small, now is the time to provide Dean Harrison with the strength he needs to make sure the team finishes the season in the top two. An additional player might just be the difference between 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
Whether an existing member who can afford to pledge that little bit extra each month, or a new member looking to help the team push on, your pledge could really make the difference. Now is the time to help the Fisher ‘12th man promotion push’.
Donations can be made either directly through PayPal or by contacting the Club Secretary to set up a direct debit or simple bank transfer.
The Fisher Family!
1. To make a payment to the 12th Man Fund simply click on the Paypal button below. You will be taken to a secure page where you can enter the amount you wish to donate – either a single one-off payment or a regular monthly amount. Payment can be made either by credit/debit card or via your own Paypal account.
2. You can set up a regular payment via direct debit or make a single bank/building society transfer by contacting Club Secretary Simon Shipperlee at email@example.com
Fisher FC is a not-for-profit football club owned and run entirely by its fans. We don’t have rich benefactors, wealthy shareholders or corporate owners. We’re completely self-financed and every penny raised goes directly to the club.
We do it for the love of football.