Give the gift of the beautiful game.
The ALTYforALL® Season Ticket program is an initiative in conjunction with Altrincham Community Sports aimed to support our community at large.
Systemic social inequities exist and create socio-economic hardships. Key partners in and around Altrincham and Greater Manchester work hard to lift up those less fortunate.
This program intends to mitigate these financial hardships or socio-economic barriers by inviting local and global supporters of Altrincham Football Club the opportunity to sponsor a Season Ticket in the honour of one of our amazing charity partners.
This is the perfect ticket for supporters who have the financial means and would like to ensure everyone has the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful game.
Here’s what you get with this ticket package:
- Choose an organization of your choice to receive your Season Ticket donation
- We will ensure your chosen charity receives your season ticket donation
- The charity will distribute your generous gift within their philanthropic pursuits
Trafford Veterans - Trafford Veterans is a group of armed forces veterans, emergency service personnel and local volunteers, who all live in Trafford, Greater Manchester. The group was formed on May 8th 2015 by a former soldier and a Womens Royal Naval Service veteran. We hold events and activities and encourage people to take part and share their hobbies and skills. This helps people to learn new things, improves confidence, tackles social isolation and provides volunteering opportunities. These activities also provide a platform to help with information, advice and guidance to support the uniformed services community. traffordveterans.org
The Children's Adventure Farm - CAFT is a charity based just outside of Altrincham. They have been providing opportunities for children from the North West for 30 years and in that time have helped tens of thousands of ill, disabled and socially disadvantaged children through their programme of residential and day visits. The charity’s 10 acre site is fully accessible and all activities are provided free of charge, meaning they must raise in the region of £1million each year through voluntary contributions. In 2022 CAFT aims to provide opportunities for in the region of 14,000 from our region, and they need your help to make this possible. caft.co.uk
The Sporting Memories Foundation - We are Sporting Memories. For 10 years we have been using the power of remembering and talking about sport – along with physical exercise – to tackle dementia, depression, and loneliness. We are dedicated to bringing together older adults for fun, friendship and increased well-being. We also run campaigns and projects – and work in partnership with other organisations, from sporting bodies such as the PFA and professional clubs to local community organisations and care providers. sportingmemoriesnetwork.com/
The Hub - A partnership between Trafford Council and Altrincham Baptist Church, providing a community space for Trafford residents. It is a place to relax; a place to be empowered, listened to and valued. A place to connect with others and make friendships as well as a place to learn, to be supported, and 'to be part of something.' Many activities run in the Hub for various age groups with differing interests, and now in addition to our debt counselling Christians Against Poverty team, through the Community Hub (we are one of the 6 Community Response Hubs that Trafford established during Covid lockdown) we offer further support via an emergency food bank, the Household Support Fund, a Community Meal, Wellbeing calls and much more. ourhub.org/
Andy’s Man Club - a Men’s Mental Charity that was set up after the death of a 23-year old male Andy Roberts, who tragically took his own life. There were no outward signs of what he was battling inwardly. Andy’s Man Club are helping men across the UK to come together and support each other, they started with just one club and over the last 6 years have increased to over 100 clubs across the UK. It's a growing cause that is making a large impact in our communities. All clubs meet every Monday night (apart from bank holidays) from 7-9pm, it’s completely free to attend and there is no sign-up process. We are extremely proud to be supported by Altrincham Football Club as our host venue. andysmanclub.co.uk