Viagogo has teamed up with Aston Villa Football Club’s Official Charity Partner Acorns Children's Hospice to offer fans the chance to bid for money can’t buy signed memorabilia and match tickets all whilst helping your local community!
Bid now for your chance to win two premium tickets to AVFC V Liverpool on Sunday 31st March and a 2012/13 season shirt and ball, both signed by all members of the first team playing squad – and will include a personal message from the winner’s favourite player!
These fantastic prizes are a must for every Villa fan, whilst also helping the Club’s Official Charity Partner Acorns Children’s Hospice. Every pound raised will go directly to the Acorns Day total when Villa face QPR on 16th March. The Club aims to raise £50,000 to run one Acorns Children’s hospice for one week. For further information on Acorns Day, please follow this link http://www.acorns.org.uk/acornsday.
You are bidding for:
- 2 premium tickets to AVFC V Liverpool on Sunday 31st March
- 1 official 2012/13 season shirt signed by all members of the first team playing squad
- 1 ball signed by all members of the first team playing squad
- A personal message on the shirt from your favourite player!
- Both shirt and ball come with a certificate of authenticity
Acorns is a registered charity offering a network of care for life limited and life threatened children and young people, and their families, across the heart of England. These children and young people are not expected to reach adulthood and require specialist care. Acorns provides short break, emergency and end-of-life care from the hospices, with a dedicated community team to support the family 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Now with hospice running costs of over £8million a year, Acorns relies heavily on the community to fund the majority of its activities. I know that 8 million can seem like a lot, but every £1 you give matters and is spent on providing the vital care and support that our children and families rely on, with no charge to them at all. Just £750 can fund a day of care for a child, and £32 would cover an hour spent at the hospice creating long lasting and happy memories.