Over the years the Partick Thistle family have become a massive part of our lives. The current plight of the club following the decision to suspend football for the foreseeable future is worrying for us all. The fear of the unknown has taken over our lives and this is no different for the club we love. They have little income stream and no idea when it will start again, but continue to have the overheads of the day to day running of the club. We may be more fortunate than some clubs in that we have no historical debt but in order for us to be in the best possible position when this crisis ends, we need to find ways of keeping the club solvent and able to move forward with the vigour that will be needed to face the future whatever that may be. We are asking fans to dig deep and to give whatever they can afford in an effort to help. Whether that be £1, £10 or £100 every penny helps towards keeping our club healthy and able to fight on. You can make a one off donation, weekly (maybe the cost of your match day ticket and the pre-match drinks in the pub), monthly (the cancelled gym membership that you cant use!) or whatever suits you. I know we are all living with uncertainty but lets try and make one thing certain..... Our club will survive this and move forward with our hopes and dreams intact. An update as requested by GoFundMe...…. as sponsors of the ladies team and having contacts within the club we have the full backing of the board & Partick Thistle FC to start this campaign. The club have yet to decide upon a definitive use for the funds raised other than to say that it will be put to good use within the club to get them through this difficult period in Scottish football and help kick start the new season, whenever that may be & whichever league that finds us in. In the meantime the funds will be withdrawn by myself on all your behalves and transferred to the club as and when they have decided what use they will put it to, and they need it.
- David Aitken
- John Sharp
- Steven Gallacher
- David Baillie
Elderslie, Scotland, United Kingdom