MSA Ltd and it’s beneficiaries have started to return back in to the local community to resume door collections of the Goalden Gate Superdraw. The Collection Agents at Wolves FC for instance have resumed collections to over 1,500 Wolves customers.
Many measures have been taken to ensure the safety of both our members and our staff, with each member contacted prior to make sure that they were comfortable with the dedicated staff as well as the obvious changes such as keeping a 2-metre distance and the use of hand sanitiser, face coverings and protective gloves. With many supporters being elderly they were very keen to see the Collections Agents who provide a friendly face and the usual football conversation.
We have also resumed door collections in other areas such as Tamworth, Kidderminster, Walsall amongst others.
For the last four years MSA Ltd have been working extensively with Bath City Football Club to help grow a lottery income from the ground up. With much support from the club’s Commercial Manager, Bob Chester, the Goalden Gate Superdraw has now brought in over £44,000 in that time.
Football Clubs worldwide have the ability to reach communities and the people within them like no other industry and Bath City officials are well aware of that. As a community-owned club they have been able to build on the success of their award-winning Bath City Community Sports Foundation by increasing their contribution to the City. Bath City have already successfully collaborated with Kick It Out, Woman at the Game, Time Bank Plus, Age UK BANES, Bath Welcomes Refugees, Bath Amnesty, Autism Unseen, B&NES Council and BEMS+, and are developing a social impact strategy to guide their work in the coming years. The key pillars of their draft strategy are health and wellbeing, education and employment, social inclusion and sports participation.
MSA’s Promotions Manager, Kevin Kay, had the following praise for Bath City “Bath City are one of my favourite teams to work with as they are so well run and have a lovely ground in a beautiful city. It does help when you have someone at the beneficiary such as Bob (Chester, Commercial Manager) who works tirelessly to help with the lottery amongst everything else.”
Everyone at MSA Ltd is looking forward to continuing to raise as much money as possible for the good causes of Bath City Football Club.
Everyone at MSA Ltd is delighted to announce that Age Concern Birmingham have signed on for another three years to work with us on the Goalden Gate Superdraw.
Age Concern Birmingham have been part of the Goalden Gate Superdraw for around 5 years now and with help from a successful canvassing campaign we have managed to grow their lottery membership from the ground up to over 800 playing members. We look forward to hitting many more milestones, to help the great work of Age Concern Birmingham, in the coming years!
To find out more about Age Concern Birmingham click here.