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7 March 2017

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Bid and help raise money for Level Trust

The auction for the signed match worn Level Trust shirts ends tomorrow, so make sure you get your bids in now!

Our match against Crawley on the 11th February saw the players running out in special shirts with the Club charity of the year Level Trust’s logo on the front. On the day, supporters dug deep and helped to raise almost £1,500 through bucket collections. Huge thanks for giving so generously. 


Supporters can now submit their bids to try and win a signed match worn shirts in our silent auction, with all the money raised going to the club’s charity partner. 

As ever, it’s easy to bid on these highly collectible match-worn jerseys. Simply choose a shirt to bid on, decide on your maximum bid and fill out the easy-to-use form. Each of the shirts is signed by the individual players, plus, skipper Scott Cuthbert’s shirt is signed by the whole squad and manager – a highly collectible piece of Club history

The auction ends at 5pm on Wednesday 8th March, so make sure you get your bids in on time

Throughout the 2016-17 season the Club are helping to raise funds and awareness for Level Trust who do such important work helping the one-in-four children living below the poverty line in Luton.

In April, manager Nathan Jones is performing a sky dive, which you can sponsor by clicking here. Club secretary Chris Clarke and Press and Marketing Executive Charlie Hanson are also raising money by taking part in the Luton to Paris bike ride. 

Get your bids in now, and the best of luck. 

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