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Welcome to the Killie Trust's 'Fifty For The Future' Campaign Website.

So - What is the Fifty For The Future Campaign?

The Fifty For The Future Campaign was set up initially to raise funds to ensure the survival of the KFC Youth System as a subsidiary of The Killie Trust.

At the end of the 2004/05 season - Kilmarnock Football Club informed the Trust that they planned to scrap the youth system - namely axing the u12 - u16 groups & running with a reduced & subsidised u19 set-up.

Clearly this couldn't be allowed to happen and the Trust, in conjunction with youth coach Alan Robertson set upon the task of raising £50K over each of the next 3 seasons to maintain the youth set-up. Where would Killie be without the home-grown talent?

The club had stated that if we could demonstrate a commitment of £20K by the end of June 2005, they would underwrite the youth system until the funds were realised.

In 4 weeks we had formed a FFTF (Fifty For The Future) Management Board, formalised the banking arrangements, produced a business plan & canvassed 191 local businesses for their support. We soon met the initial target of £20K and hence the Youth system was allowed to continue.

Our target however has still to be met. We need to raise a total of £50k Per Season over the next 3 seasons in order to keep the Youth System running.

Check out the other pages on the site to see how much we have raised so far, and what we are currently doing in terms of fundraising.

If you have any Fundraising Ideas, or wish to help out with the Fifty For The Future Campaign, please get in touch.

Thanks to those who have contributed generously so far to the Fifty For The Future Campaign, it's been a tremendous support but we are still a long way from our final target so to those businesses and individuals not already signed up - please do so now!

To contribute to the campaign please print off and fill in our Standing Order Form and send it to us at the address on the Contact Page.

To view the standing order form you must have Adobe Acrobat installed - you can do this by: Clicking Here and following the steps on this page.

PDF Click Here to download the Standing Order Form.

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