This April marks the 100th anniversary of the passing of Brother Walfrid and to mark this the Celtic FC Foundation will be hosting a dinner for 500 people from Glasgow’s homeless community at Celtic Park. To complement this and also to mark the 100th anniversary, on Wednesday April 15 when Celtic play at home to Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premiership, Celtic supporters are invited to bring items requested by the Foodbanks. As well as being supported by Celtic FC, the collection is backed by the following Celtic fans groups and forums:
Affiliation Of Registered Celtic Supporters Clubs, AICSC, Celtic Graves Society, Celtic Minded, CQN, Celtic Supporters Association, Celtic Trust, Celtic Underground, Etims, Hail Hail Media, Green Brigade, Huddleboard, The Kano Foundation and Kerrydale Street.
We would urge fans to brings donations of the following items.
- Sugar (500g)
- Fruit juice (carton)
- Soup , Pasta sauces, Tomatoes (tinned)
- Tea Bags/instant coffee
- Tinned meat/fish, Tinned fruit
- Jam, Biscuits or snack bars
Donations will be collected on The Celtic Way by volunteers from the Celtic support.
The aim of the collection is specifically for food items as detailed above.
The collection will benefit a number of Foodbanks including, Loaves and Fishes, Coatbridge Foodbank and Hamilton Food Drop among others.
Any cash donations will be passed to Celtic FC Foundation lunch for our homeless citizens on April 17 and the charities they are supporting. Details here http://www.celticfc.net/news/7921
“Many cases of sheer poverty are left unaided through lack of means. It is therefore with this principle object that we have set afloat the “Celtic”
The first Celtic circular January 188