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£5,346
raised of £5,000 target by 118 supporters

    Weʼve raised £5,346 to support our chosen charities in the name of the Busby Babes

    Manchester, Munich and Belgrade
    Funded on Tuesday, 21st April 2020

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    The Manchester Munich Memorial Foundation (MMMF) is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the Munich 1958 Air Disaster and ensuring that this legacy is handed on to future generations.

    We endeavour to keep the memory of the Busby Babes preserved and enhanced, through raising charitable donations, and through supporting charitable works in Manchester, Munich and Belgrade.

    In Munich, we support two football childrens charities, Pikassio Libero (integrating asylum seekers) and Buntkictgut (everyone included, disaffected kids).

    In Manchester we support the Depaul childrens charity. Helping fund young homeless children getting set up in their 1st homes.

    In Belgrade, at Harry Greggs request, we now support a University linked junior football club, FK Studenski Grad, endorsed by the GB Embassy and Partizan Belgrade.

    We also endeavour to keep the Babes remembered into the future by sponsoring an adult who has never attended the annual ceremony of remembrance in Munich itself to attend with a young relative under 18 and play a part in the proceedings .

    Your support helps us to help these fantastic childrens organisations and preserve and enhance the legacy of our beloved Busby Babes.

    This year we are aiming to raise a minimum of £5000.00. Please be as generous as you can be.

    All monies raised goes to support these childrens’ organisations and related activities

    Patrick Burns

    Chair

    Manchester Munich Memorial Foundation - MMMF

    Des Grogan

    Fundraiser

    Manchester Munich Memorial Foundation —MMMF

    PS if you are kind enough to donate please note you will be asked to contribute a % of your donation to offset Just Givings costs .Please tick the ”other” option and leave the value at 0

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      118

      • Desmond Grogan

        Desmond Grogan

        Mar 6, 2020

        On behalf of our Chris

        £10.00

      • Kirsty-louise, Jess & Kirsty

        Kirsty-louise, Jess & Kirsty

        Mar 5, 2020

        Donating in memory of Terrance Malone father to our friend Lou, thinking of you and all your family at this sad time. Kirsty, Kirsty-Louise & Jess

        £30.00

      • Christine Williams

        Christine Williams

        Feb 28, 2020

        In memory of Terry Malone a true red

        £20.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Feb 28, 2020

        Ruby says thanks

        £100.00

      • Aaron Wright

        Aaron Wright

        Feb 24, 2020

        Behalf of Steve Baines for Busby Babe Pin Badges

        £10.00

      • Mr Pye JJ

        Mr Pye JJ

        Feb 21, 2020

        Keep up the valuable work Des

      • Eddie Clark

        Eddie Clark

        Feb 21, 2020

        Done

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      Des Grogan

      Des Grogan

      Manchester, Munich and Belgrade

      Hi, For the people who don’t know me I’m the recently elected Fund Raiser for the MMMF and a Trustee of the Shadow Charity Board . I’ve been a match going red since 1962 and had the privilege of attending the 60th Anniversary Memorial in 2018. Help us keep the memory alive

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