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Got handed the leaflet on Sunday, explaing the scheme and what exactly was able to be acheived last season with monies received.

For those who did not attend on Sunday would it be possible for W/ITE to put the link up so that anybody wishing to donate to this excellent scheme Via Pay Pal is able do so,

I would have done the link but think it would be better to come from W/ITE themselves.

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Got handed the leaflet on Sunday, explaing the scheme and what exactly was able to be acheived last season with monies received.

For those who did not attend on Sunday would it be possible for W/ITE to put the link up so that anybody wishing to donate to this excellent scheme Via Pay Pal is able do so,

I would have done the link but think it would be better to come from W/ITE themselves.

Thanks for highlighting this year's appeal! There is going to be a major push for this shortly once we have finalised the details of what we are proposing - but in the meantime, the Smile donation link is very much open!

http://www.wednesdayite.com/members-services/smile-tickets.html

For those of you who are unfamiliar with the Smile Tickets scheme, here is a summary:

With Smile Tickets, Wednesdayite provide matchday tickets to disadvantaged people who would not normally be able to attend games. We provide this scheme through generous donations from members and supporters.

Our 'Smile Season Tickets' extention of the scheme allows us to bulk-buy a number of tickets for the forthcoming season at normal rates.

For every adult Season Ticket we purchase through the initiative, Sheffield Wednesday have pledged to honour the current offer of providing a free ticket for under-8's, meaning that tickets will be purchased for both adults and children.

The tickets will be awarded on a match-by-match basis to qualifying applicants who meet specific criteria, with emphasis on providing a matchday experience to long-term sick children and also to unemployed adults who would not be able to attend a match due to their circumstances.

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