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» Fifty for the Future Update 8
24th February 2006
It is now almost nine months since we embarked on a campaign to save Killie’s highly successful youth set-up. Initially we set out to raise £50k that would cover the shortfall after the club slashed the youth budget. Alan Robertson and his hard working team of coaches pledged to raise £20k leaving FFTF to find the remaining £30k.Thanks to the fantastic support of Killie fans, local businesses and the community in general we are well on our way to reaching our target and ensuring the youths will continue in their current form.

Here’s a quick rundown on what we have achieved so far:

• In the first month we pledged to raise £20k – this was acceptable to the club who then agreed to keep the youth set-up if we could raise the remainder.

• Killie fans have pledged almost £12k per year via standing orders. We anticipate this figure will continue to rise as we increase publicity and speak to fan’s organisations.

• We are working closely with the local business community and have established some excellent relationships. It has quickly become apparent there are many local businesses keen to get involved via FFTF and the Killie Trust. This is a vital area of our business that has huge potential and we look forward to working side by side with many successful local companies.

• We hope to launch our own brand of water in the near future. “Stillmarnock Water” can provide some excellent long term revenue for FFTF.

On behalf of the FFTF committee I’d like to congratulate every single person who has supported us throughout the campaign and saved the Killie youths. It is still early days but if everyone sticks together we can play an important role at our beloved club for many years to come.

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