Oldham Athletic Community Trust (OACT) have partnered with Supported Giving, which will further enhance the fundraising capabilities of the Community Trust.
OACT, who are a registered charity, aim to provide positive opportunities through sport by using the power of football to engage.
Through the new partnership with supported giving, you can now support the work delivered by OACT by either choosing to donate on a one-off or monthly basis. All funds received will help to support the vast range of community-based projects currently being delivered by OACT. The platform offers a range of payment options for you to choose from; including major credit & debit cards and mobile wallets such as Apple Pay, Google Pay and PayPal.
Supported Giving partners with charities to implement cashless donation technology in a time when people are using less cash. Supported Giving specialise in QR code donation points meaning by just a QR scan on your phone you can donate to the charity within minutes!
Martin Vose, OACT Head of Community, commented: "We are incredibly excited to link up with Supported Giving and to expand upon our own fundraising capabilities.
"As a registered charity we are always seeking new avenues into raising additional funds to support the vast range of community projects that we deliver. On a weekly basis, we engage with school-aged children in an educational setting, to support those who are vulnerable and in need through our community-based initiatives. Any support received through our Supported Giving platform will help us to continue to provide positive opportunities through sport."
Currently, OACT delivers a variety of projects such as Premier League Kicks, Premier League Primary Stars, OACT School Delivery, NCS and other community-based sessions. You can find out all about OACT on their website by clicking here.
To donate to OACT, click the link here or scan the QR code above.
You will also find the QR codes around the stadium to make a donation at any time during a matchday, thank you for your continued support!