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HANLON STEVENSON FOUNDATION MATCH SUPPORTER DONATION

HANLON STEVENSON FOUNDATION MATCH SUPPORTER DONATION

By: HIBERNIAN MEDIA on 04 Jun, 2020 14:00

The efforts of the Hibernian Community Foundation will benefit from a generous donation from the Hanlon Stevenson Foundation. 

Through HSF Paul Hanlon and Lewis Stevenson will be matching the £850 raised by Hibernian supporters through the recent REWIND: Time for Heroes event celebrating that day in May. 

The money will go to supporting the Hibernian Community Foundation's Famous Five A Day programme.

Each week, the Hibernian Community Foundation supports local families with essential groceries and ideas to keep mentally and physically active at what has been a testing time for so many – in conjunction with partners Tesco Leith, Cash For Kids and Fare Share.

Paul Hanlon said: "During the current crisis HSF have changed their focus to helping families in need and have made donations to a few charities to assist with meals and food parcels.

"We are happy to match the Hibs supporters' donation of £850 raised at the recent REWIND Time for Heroes Event in support of Hibernian Community Foundation’s Famous Five a Day Programme."

The club and Hibernian Community Foundation would like to thank both Paul and Lewis for the donation. 

 

HSF are approaching the end of their first year and as a small token of their appreciation to the Hibernian Family they are running a free competition with some unique Hanlon and Stevenson Memorabilia as prizes. Please visit their Facebook page to enter!

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